Jim Gigliotti


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Jim Gigliotti is a freelance writer who lives in Southern California with his wife and two children. A former editor at the National Football League, he has written more than two dozen books, mostly for young readers.

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“He hoped the tower would be the first to send signals—and power—wirelessly to anywhere in the world.”
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“Some people criticized Mother Teresa for taking money from people who were later convicted of stealing. She had no way of knowing, her defenders said.”
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