Tennessee Star Journal writer Michael Williams holds book signing at SCPLS King Family Library

BookCoverImage BookCoverImage2Tennessee Star Journal writer Michael Williams will be holding a book signing at the King Family Library Nov. 5th. Williams is the author of the books, “Great Kids in History” and “Famous Kids in History.” “Great Kids in History” is a collection of 22 stories about amazing kids accomplishing amazing feats throughout history. Williams’ sequel, “Famous Kids in History,” is a collection of true stories about famous kids making an impact on history.

Throughout history children have played a significant role in key events. A 14-year-old boy invented television and a child discovered the legendary Lost Sea. In Great Kids in History, you can also read about the child who invented a favorite frozen summer treat. Hear about the amazing tale of Sybil Luddington who rode over forty miles during the American Revolution to rally soldiers to defend two towns. Many other wonderful tales are waiting to be discovered in this collection of stories about Great Kids in History.

Famous Kids in History showcases a collection of true stories about famous kids and the impact that have made on history. Read about a teenager’s invention used by millions of people annually. Learn of the story of a teenage girl trapped in a hiding place in a war zone and another teenage girl who led a team of explorers on an expedition across America’s frontier. Famous Kids in History is a wonderful book for kids age 10 and up. For more information about this book and other books written by Michael L. Williams, visit the web site www.strangerthanfictionnews.com. Or www.greatkidsinhistory.com.

To meet the author and hear more about his books about and for children, please stop at the book signing on November 5 from 1:30 – 2:30PM in the lobby of the Sevier County Public Library System (SCPLS) King Family Library, 408 High Street, in Sevierville. For more information, contact 865.453.3532.

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