Danny and the Portal of the World: Danny falls into a portal, meets his relatives and returns home again.

Danny and the Portal of the World: Danny falls into a portal, meets his relatives and returns home again.

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Overview

This science fiction book series is an inspiration to children - empowers them to engage and pursue their goals at early age! Danny and the Portal of the World (1st book of the series) is an inspiration! At age 7, David T. Lee put his imagination down and published an amusing 4,500-word science fiction for children ages 7-9. Not only did he love to write, he also illustrated his story with adventurous scenes and spirited characters. His first chapter book bring a smile on many faces. By age 12, David has written 5 chapter books and titled the 66,000-word series "The Adventures of Danny Hoopenbiller" - a delightful sci-fi action adventure series read adored by hundreds of families and kids ages 7-12 worldwide. David's diligence in writing not only exerts positive influence on children's language learning and creativity, but also empowers them to engage and pursue their goals at early age. Hundreds of families visited David during his bookselling events held at community events, public libraries, schools and cooperate headquarters. Town newspapers and cable TV programs interviewed him and shared his writing journey. Book stores and child development/enrichment centers invited him to speak as a guest author. His books are available online, in public libraries, school media centers and book stores in Massachusetts - including Barnes and Noble (Millbury, MA), Enchanted Passage Children's Bookstore and Enrichment Center (Sutton, MA). About The Adventures of Danny Hoopenbiller 5-book series (authored by talented young author David T. Lee): Enjoy this adventure! Books 1 and 2 are not part of the main story arc, but they can be read independently and are written for elementary school readers! Books 3 through 5 contain the main story arc of the series, where Danny (a talented inventor) leads the US Army in a fight for the survival of humanity against intelligent, formidable dinosaur mutants. Advanced readers should start with Book 3, "Danny and the Invasion of the Dinosaurs". No matter where you start, you can be assured that every Danny Hoopenbiller adventure is chock-full of humor and imagination! 2011 (written at age 7) - Book 1: Danny and the Portal of the World (12 chapters, 4,500 words, 24 pencil illustrations) 2012 (written at age 8) - Book 2: Danny and the Trip to Outer Space (6,500 words, 6 pages color illustrations) 2013 (written at age 9) - Book 3: Danny and the Invasion of the Dinosaurs (17,000 words, 7 pages color illustrations) 2014 (written at age 10) - Book 4: Danny and the Revenge of the Dinosaurs (20,000 words) 2016 (written at age 12) - Book 5: Danny and the Wrath of the Dinosaurs (18,000 words) Summary of the story (Book 1 - Danny and the Portal of the World): Danny falls into a portal, meets his relatives and returns home again. This is the story of Danny Tom Ed, a portal and a lot of relatives. They come together when Danny slips and falls into a portal and meets his relatives. This story also chronicles about a mystery rock later to be found a short cut for Danny to return home. He also finds that this portal also interferes with time and soon finds himself standing in a sun-lit bedroom only to find his mother saying, "Danny, you're almost late for school," and suddenly he realizes that the time had moved along. And you must read on to find how Danny, the portal and his relatives come together into their own lives.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781463572235
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 08/01/2011
Series: Adventures of Danny Hoopenbiller , #1
Pages: 76
Sales rank: 1,291,592
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.18(d)
Age Range: 8 - 12 Years

About the Author

Fourteen year-old David T. Lee wrote and illustrated his 1st chapter book at age 7. He completed his 5-book sci-fi series by age 12. His action-packed chapter books inspire kids to read and a few to write their own stories. In 2012, President Obama signed a thank you letter for David when the President received David's 1st book as a gift.

At age 7, David published the first book of his Sci-Fi series "The Adventures of Danny Hoopenbiller" (4,500 words with his own illustrations). At age 11, he completed his 4th book (24 chapters, 20,000 words). Since 2011 (age 8), David has been sharing his writing career with hundreds of families and kids through presentations and book selling events organized by schools, public libraries and recently Staples headquarters in Framingham, MA.

David also promotes his books and connects with his audience online using social media. Many families, educators and students subscribed to his blog (http://booksrfun.infomages.com/), Facebook page, Twitter and Pinterest account. His books are cataloged by Library of Congress, public libraries and school media centers. All his books are available for sale on Amazon.com and Barnesandnoble.com.

Chapter books written by David (The Adventures of Danny Hoopenbiller series):
2011 (at age 7) - Book 1: Danny and the Portal of the World (4,500 words)
2012 (at age 8) - Book 2: Danny and the Trip to Outer Space (6,500 words)
2013 (at age 9) - Book 3: Danny and the Invasion of the Dinosaurs (17,000 words)
2014 (at age 10) - Book 4: Danny and the Revenge of the Dinosaurs (20,000 words)
2016 (at age 12) - Book 5: Danny and the Wrath of the Dinosaurs (18,000 words)

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This is a great adventure story for children 7 to 11. Danny and the Portal of the World is a fun story of imagination and adventure authored and illustrated by a 7 year old, David T. Lee. David was born in Massachusetts. This book was released in August 2011. It contains 12 chapters, approximately 4,500 words and a lot of detail illustrations. In David’s own words: This is the story of Danny Tom Ed, a portal and a lot of relatives. They come together when Danny slips and falls into a portal and meets his relatives. This story also chronicles about a mystery rock later to be found a short cut for Danny to return home. He also finds that this portal also interferes with time and soon find himself standing in a sun-lit bedroom only to find his mother saying, “Danny you almost late for school,” and suddenly he realizes that the time had moved along. And you must read on to find how Danny, the portal and his relatives come together into their own lives. Below are a few recent reviews of the book: From the Assistant Principal of a Massachusetts public elementary school David is currently attending: “I read his Danny and the Portal of the World story and marveled at his use of language. He is so descriptive and uses such sophisticated structures and vocabulary. He certainly has a talent for writing, and I love that he feels so passionately about writing!” From the Head of Children's Services of a public library in Massachusetts: “Very impressive, David! I really enjoyed reading your first book and look forward to the sequel. Thank you for sharing.” From April Jones Prince, a children's book author and freelance editor who lives in Massachusetts: “I was happy to read “Danny and the Portal of the World” and discover David T. Lee’s vivid imagination. The story has so much action, and there is obviously a very creative and fertile mind behind it. For example, I love the Inventions Famous Ingredients Store! David has a fabulous vocabulary and terrific use of details. He also did a great job choosing which moments in the story to illustrate; the illustrations of the 4,982 jeeps and SUVs and the amusement park are especially wonderful. All in all, a great achievement!” From Nellie Putur, author of Nine Stories: "I just read Danny and the Portal of the World by David T. Lee and thought it was so good! It was really entertaining to read and he has a really good vocabulary for a second grader! I'm definitely looking forward to Part 2 and can't believe he published so young."