Paul Greci is a teacher who also enjoys exploring the Alaskan wilderness. The first time he climbed into a sea kayak he embarked on a nine-week, five-hundred-mile journey in Prince William Sound. He lives in Fairbanks, Alaska.
Young readers are who Greci is targeting. As an educator, he’s aware of the fact that many boys in upper primary grades tend to quit reading altogether….Greci accomplishes this task by keeping the action moving swiftly. Chapters are brief, and most end in cliffhangers that will keep young readers turning pages. Fortunately, with Alaska, Greci has a landscape that can kill people in any number of ways. And from one cliffhanger to the next, Greci manages to rope in quite a few of them. His ability to find unique new dangers with each book is impressive –David James, Anchorage Daily News
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