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Professor Robert Longfellow was a stodgy old man, without much life to him. He dedicated everything to his chosen profession of education. Longfellow placed his mission 'to enlighten and ennoble young minds' above love, family, and adventure. What worth does that mission have when all he gets in return are blank stares, and students who sleep through his lectures? On the ...more
Paperback, 116 pages
Published May 23rd 2014 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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Rachel Agar
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I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It reminded me of the Five People You Meet in Heaven, but more fun and light-hearted. I've also definitely had some professors that remind me of Professor Longfellow. The book had some really cool twists and the author painted a good visual of what was going on during the different adventures Longfellow went on. I would definitely recommend to anyone looking for a light, quick read.
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I am a writer and artist originally from Long Island, New York. A love of storytelling was engendered in me at a very young age. I was challenged by my mother to make up the ending of stories that she started. I wrote my first “book” at age five. It began a creative drive that followed me through adulthood. I've always made writing a part of my life, whether it was my involvement with my high ...more