Max Elliot Anderson’s NEW Book

Readers of action-adventures and  mysteries, by Max Elliot Anderson, already

know to look for unexpected twists  and turns. So it is with his new short

story, BIG FOOT. 

BIG FOOT appears with a group of  sports short stories, for tweens and teens,

published by Darby Creek Publishers.  The title of this new book is LAY UPS

and LONG SHOTS. Anderson's story shares  the pages with children's authors

Joseph Bruchac, Terry Trueman, David Lubar,  Dorian Cirrone, CS Perryess, Jamie

McEwan, and Peggy Duffy. 

Released on September 1, LAY UPS  and LONG SHOTS has already received a nice

review in Booklist. The book is also  a Junior Library Guild selection.

For more information, keep your  eye on Max Elliot Anderson's blog, Books for

Boys, at  or contact him at

Max Elliot Anderson's other  published works include NEWSPAPER CAPER, TERROR



LAY UPS and LONG SHOTS can also  be found on or in local book


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