Selected Works

Middle Grade Fiction
Jack + parents + new get-rich-quick scheme = Jack homesteading in the wilderness when he would rather be home studying for a math test.
A gentleman inventor whose inventions either go nowhere or wrong and a boy who is not an orphan but would like to be chase a giant tarantula of their own making while dodging accusations of witchcraft.
How many ways can a revenge plot go wrong? Quite a few ways.

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How Cautious is too Cautious?

March 3, 2015

Tags: middle grade, risk-taking

If we owe it to high risk-taking kids to reel them in, does that mean we owe it to risk-averse kids to reel them out? And if we do encourage them to take risks, is it our fault if they don't survive it? Evaluating risk is what the Berenson Schemes is all about, and I explore that question on the OWL.