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The Adventures of Michelle Clementine in... - Pathfinders, Surviving the Canyons
by Icandigit98112
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A Little About the Author: Amber McElhaney
Amber Marie McElhaney was born in Escondido on August 14, 19196. She is a young
girl who enjoyed writing journals in school. She was in Pathfinders, getting ready for a
overnight backpacking trip like the one in her book. “One Night,” say the young writer “I
had what you call a preview of a story about a bunch of Pathfinders in the same
predicament as these ones. When I woke, I knew I just had to write about it.” She worked
for days and nights writing it out, then checking over it and reading it over and over again
before she typed it. “I had the whole thing memorized,” Amber says as she explains her
relationship with the book “It is almost as if the characters are real to me and that’s what I
wanted to give readers, a real, believable story.”

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Created on: May-10-2009   Last updated:  Aug-23-2009
Format: 7.75"x5.75" - Choice of Hardcover/Softcover - Color - Photo Book
Theme: Teen    Privacy: Everyone
Preview Limit: 20 Pages
 
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Icandigit98112
Joined: May-10-2009

A Little About the Author: Amber McElhaney
Amber Marie McElhaney was born in Escondido on August 14, 19196. She is a young
girl who enjoyed writing journals in school. She was in Pathfinders, getting ready for a
overnight backpacking trip like the one in her book. “One Night,” say the young writer “I
had what you call a preview of a story about a bunch of Pathfinders in the same
predicament as these ones. When I woke, I knew I just had to write about it.” She worked
for days and nights writing it out, then checking over it and reading it over and over again
before she typed it. “I had the whole thing memorized,” Amber says as she explains her
relationship with the book “It is almost as if the characters are real to me and that’s what I
wanted to give readers, a real, believable story.”