Study Guide for The Greenlee Project

Study Guide for The Greenlee Project

by Amanda M. Thrasher

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Overview

“Study Guide for The Greenlee Project” is intended to accompany “The Greenlee Project” by Amanda M. Thrasher. This study guide contains a variety of questions for each chapter, including multiple choice, short answer, fact vs. fiction, and more.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781946329103
Publisher: Progressive Rising Phoenix Press, LLC
Publication date: 12/27/2016
Pages: 46
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.10(d)

About the Author

Amanda M. Thrasher was born in England, moved to Texas, and resides there still. She's the award-winning author of YA, General Fiction, MG, Early Reader Chapter, and Picture books. Amanda is a multiple Gold Recipient of The Mom's Choice Awards® (MCA), earning the award in multiple categories including YA, General Fiction, and Early Reader Chapter Books. She is a two-time Gold Medal winner of the Readers' Favorite International Book awards, a New Apple Literary Award winner, and an NTBF award winner. Amanda continues to write, speak, and conducts workshops for all ages. As the Chief Executive Officer at Progressive Rising Phoenix Press, in addition to her regular duties, she assists authors with their work and shares her writing and publishing experience with others through school visits, trade conferences, and writing workshops.

Amanda was contracted to write a graphic novel for the Driving on the Right Side of the Road Program. The publication is part of the Driving on the Right Side of the Road (DRSR) program, developed by the Law-Related Education Department of the State Bar of Texas Law Focused Education, Inc., and the Texas Municipal Courts Education Center with funding from the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals and the Texas Department of Transportation. The purpose of the program is to offer a preventive educational program to encourage responsible decision-making when it comes to obeying traffic laws and to following safe practices. The graphic novel titled What If ... A Story of Shattered Lives was adapted into a reader's theater for as few as five speakers or as many as twenty-six and remains part of the DRSR program.

CAPTAIN FIN was based on a screenplay. Amanda was contracted to adapt the screenplay into a novel for director, actor, and producer Kevin James O'Neill.

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