Introducing Lewis A. Howard
Where did the idea for the story come from?
This story is derived from my son Kory. Who did not listen to his parents and he was into everything. He thought, he knew everything as a kid. In which kid does until he gets older and wisens up a little.
Give a quote from the books, one that says little but speaks volumes.
My mom told me to wait until my food settles. At that moment my imagination was getting the best of me. I really wanted to play like a ninja and disappear with a smoke bomb. As soon as my mom turned her back, I was gone in an instant.
Give a short summary of what the book is about.
A monstrous tree comes to life when Alex decides to disobey his mother. A superhero imagination and a playful mind. Alex soon learns his life lessons along with his friends. Will this tree become legendary, or will it soon disappear?
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Why do you think the readers will want to read it?
I think readers will like this book. It has a fun filled adventure with an imagination of kids today. If they can imagine themselves doing anything. They will love this book.
A monstrous tree comes to life, when Alex decides to disobey his mother. A superhero imagination and a playful mind. Alex soon learns his life’s lesson with his best friends, Eric. The sports dare devil and Sally, who loves football. Will this tree become legendary or will it soon disappear?
Wearing my super costume on a Saturday morning, I tiptoed past my mom’s bedroom. I made my way downstairs and walked towards the sliding glass door. I began to open it slowly and hopped onto the patio.
Leaving the back door cracked open, I reached for two crates beside my house and began to stack them on top of each other. One step at a time, I made my way up.
I was looking down on big city Texas from my fenced in backyard. I could see my dad’s machine business.
The wind was brushing my face and dark hair. My cape flapped in the wind. I jumped down and started running with my arms out, pretending to fly.
“Whoosh!” I made sounds with my mouth yelling, “Bad guys, give up! You don’t have a chance!”
I stopped running and jumped in the air. I stomped on the ground, pretending to land, and put my hands on my hips. I said, “I’m Alex. The super kid! Now you’re in trouble!”
Pointing at my imaginary friends, I slowly walked up to them and said, “Tag, you’re it!” I began to run.