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Brian J. Bowe is a writer who has worked in journalism and public relations; he has also taught journalism at the college level. He has had a lifelong obsession with a broad range of music.    http://www.brianjbowe.com/teaching_portfolio/Index.html

Brian J. Bowe is a writer who has worked in journalism and public relations; he has also taught journalism at the college level. He has had a lifelong obsession with a broad range of music. http://www.brianjbowe.com/teaching_portfolio/Index.html

James Deem is a retired college professor and the author of many books for young people, including PRIMARY SOURCE ACCOUNTS OF THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR for Enslow Publishers, Inc.    http://www.jamesmdeem.com/

James Deem is a retired college professor and the author of many books for young people, including PRIMARY SOURCE ACCOUNTS OF THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR for Enslow Publishers, Inc. http://www.jamesmdeem.com/

(2)--Impression of Cooper as a smartly-dressed man have added to the fascination nature of the mystery.  After getting on the plane, he ordered whisky and lit a cigarette before passing a flight attendant a note that read: 'I HAVE A BOMB IN MY BRIEFCASE. I WILL USE IT IF NECESSARY. I WANT YOU TO SIT NEXT TO ME. YOU ARE BING (sic) HIJACKED.' Cooper told the captain that in return for $200,000 in $20's and  4 parachutes, he would allow 36 people to leave the plane when it landed in Seattle.

DB Cooper case 'solved': FBI tells niece of skyjacking suspect they are ready to close one of America's biggest mysteries after 'matching' fingerprint

(2)--Impression of Cooper as a smartly-dressed man have added to the fascination nature of the mystery. After getting on the plane, he ordered whisky and lit a cigarette before passing a flight attendant a note that read: 'I HAVE A BOMB IN MY BRIEFCASE. I WILL USE IT IF NECESSARY. I WANT YOU TO SIT NEXT TO ME. YOU ARE BING (sic) HIJACKED.' Cooper told the captain that in return for $200,000 in $20's and 4 parachutes, he would allow 36 people to leave the plane when it landed in Seattle.

David Catrow is the author/illustrator of numerous stories for children including Monster Mash, Doggone Dogs and Molly Lou Melon.

David Catrow is the author/illustrator of numerous stories for children including Monster Mash, Doggone Dogs and Molly Lou Melon.

As Pete and I traveled to Washington for President Obama's Inaugural Celebration, he told me the entire story of "We Shall Overcome". How it moved from a labor movement song and with Pete's inspiration had been adapted by the civil rights movement. That day as we sang "This Land Is Your Land" I looked at Pete, the first black president of the Un...

As Pete and I traveled to Washington for President Obama's Inaugural Celebration, he told me the entire story of "We Shall Overcome". How it moved from a labor movement song and with Pete's inspiration had been adapted by the civil rights movement. That day as we sang "This Land Is Your Land" I looked at Pete, the first black president of the Un...

Eva Apelqvist is a full-time writer and translator. She has published a teen novel and magazine and Web articles for children and adults. This is her first book for Enslow Publishers, Inc.http://www.evaapelqvist.com/

Eva Apelqvist is a full-time writer and translator. She has published a teen novel and magazine and Web articles for children and adults. This is her first book for Enslow Publishers, Inc.http://www.evaapelqvist.com/

Freak City: Mika's heart is broken, until he sees Leah. A smart, beautiful, and brave girl, Leah has been deaf since birth. When Mika meets her for the first time, he feels something electric. They cannot communicate much, so Mika decides to take a sign language course. His family and friends are skeptical, and Mika soon grows weary, too. The world of deaf people is so much different than his own. Can their two worlds intersect?

Freak City: Mika's heart is broken, until he sees Leah. A smart, beautiful, and brave girl, Leah has been deaf since birth. When Mika meets her for the first time, he feels something electric. They cannot communicate much, so Mika decides to take a sign language course. His family and friends are skeptical, and Mika soon grows weary, too. The world of deaf people is so much different than his own. Can their two worlds intersect?

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