The Big Lie, a Star in the Breaking, the Not-So-Great Escape (Mcgee & Me Series)
:With over 4 million units sold, the award-winning McGee and Me! series continues to impact the lives of children around the globe. This book is based on the highly engaging classic children's video series, which received an ?A? rating by ...
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:With over 4 million units sold, the award-winning McGee and Me! series continues to impact the lives of children around the globe. This book is based on the highly engaging classic children's video series, which received an ?A? rating by Entertainment Weekly. It's one of the best-loved inspirational children's brands of all time. Parents applaud the values, and kids love the high-action and hilarious antics of Nick and his alter-ego, McGee. In this three?story collection, see how spreading rumors and making up false stories is a surefire way to hurt others in The Big Lie. Join Nick on a TV game show as he learns that being an egoist and bully only wins the contempt of friends in A Star in the Breaking. And in The Not-So-Great Escape, discover through monster-movie-mayhem why God wants us to be obedient and make wise decisions.
Bill Myers is the author of the humorously imaginative The Incredible Worlds of Wally McDoogle series, which currently numbers 27 episodes and over 2.1 million units sold. He is also the creator and writer of the McGee and Me! video/dvd series. Myers is a director as well as a writer, and his films have won over forty national and international awards. He has written more than 50 books for kids, teens, and adults. Myer's work is enjoyed by millions around the world. He lives with his wife and two daughters in Southern California.- Publisher.
Kenneth Johnson holds a degree in Religious Studies from California State University Fullerton. His emphasis was in the study of mythology and this interest is reflected in his writing and his astrological practice. Kenneth discovered astrology while traveling in Europe during the summer of 1973. He studied in Amsterdam and London before returning to the United States and developing a practice which focuses on archetypal themes and personal mythologies. In addition to his astrological interests, Kenneth is also a musical theater librettist and a member of the Dramatists Guild.