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  • Quick, uplifting read!

    Madeline Slovenz’s new story “Tomo Saves the Day” captures the pain and struggle of being a middle schooler. Tomo knows his passion for becoming an artist is against his mother’s wishes, but he can’t help it. He loves to draw. Slovenz enlightens her readers by showing what a little stick-to-itiveness and ingenuity can do when you want something bad enough. Dreams don’t always come true, but they never happen if you don’t try.

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  • A moving portrait of a young artist.

    This is a fun read for young adults and adults who are still young at heart. Madeline Slovenz takes us into the world of a disadvantaged 14 year old boy who has his heart set on getting into an elite arts high school in New York. The competition is fierce, but so is his desire to be an artist.

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