Try Looking Ahead

A collection of stories featuring kids who don t have much, yet carve out life lessons and minor victories for themselves in their fantastical worlds This YA collection of Twilight Zone inspired short stories is a stunning assortment of modern day twists on classic fables and science fiction standards that tell of a girl who can live in yesterday, a boy who can see throughA collection of stories featuring kids who don t have much, yet carve out life lessons and minor victories for themselves in their fantastical worlds This YA collection of Twilight Zone inspired short stories is a stunning assortment of modern day twists on classic fables and science fiction standards that tell of a girl who can live in yesterday, a boy who can see through mountains, and a closet monster hunter These impoverished youth don t have a lot, but make the most of what they have As is always the case, every gift comes with responsibility, every vision comes with unwanted knowledge, and nothing is ever what it seems.
Try Looking Ahead A collection of stories featuring kids who don t have much yet carve out life lessons and minor victories for themselves in their fantastical worlds This YA collection of Twilight Zone inspired short

  • Title: Try Looking Ahead
  • Author: Jason Rodriguez
  • ISBN: 9780990319153
  • Page: 422
  • Format: Paperback
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    About the Author

    Jason Rodriguez

    Jason Rodriguez is a writer and editor, whose books have been nominated for an Eisner Award and 8 Harvey Awards Jason is currently editing a three book series of graphic novel anthologies about colonial New England and the Mid Atlantic region for Fulcrum Publishing scheduled to start being released in 2014 His first sci fi book, TRY LOOKING AHEAD, will be released Spring 2015 from Rosarium Publishing Jason lives in Arlington, VA with his wife and their two dogs, four cats, and a parrot You can usually find him on a street corner, staring out into the future.Complete BibliographyAs EditorColonial Comics Volumes 1, 2, and 3 2014 2015 Fulcrum Publishing Postcards True Stories That Never Happened 2007 Random House Villard Elk s Run 2007 Random House Villard Western Tales of Terror 1 5 2003 2005 Hoarse Buggy Productions As WriterThe Boy Who Could See Through Mountains and Other Stories 2012 Self Published The End of Stars 2012 Self Published The Stars Are Not Wanted Now in Once Upon a Time Machine 2012 Dark Horse Comics The Monster Hunter 2012 Self Published The National Pastime in District Comics An Unconventional History of Washington DC 2012 Fulcrum Publishing The Little Particle That Could 2012 Self Published The Girl Who Could Live In Yesterday 2012 Self Published The New Attrition in Horrors of War 2010 DC Conspiracy The Tell Tale Scissors in Shear Terror Anthology 2009 DC Conspiracy Quarantined in Postcards True Stories That Never Happened 2007 Random House Villard All the Wrong Choices in Elk s Run 2 2006 Hoarse Buggy Productions Six Shots in Western Tales of Terror 5 2005 Hoarse Buggy Productions

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    • Umbreen said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 23:28 PM

      The stories were all very cute, and I thought that the lessons they shared were valuable. My only complaint was that the collection was described as being very fantastical and larger-than-life. While there were some sci-fi and fantasy elements, it was not quite what I was expecting based off of the description. Having said that, I still enjoyed these short stories a lot.

    • ❇Critterbee said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 23:28 PM

      Wonderful collection of short stories that seem simultaneously modern and ancient.Engaging, whimsical yet very thought-provoking.Great for encouraging reluctant readers due to the short length and story appeal.**eRC netgalley**

    • Carrie said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 23:28 PM

      I won this book from the First Reads program.A children's book of short stories influenced by Twilight Zone. Some are out there, some funny but most with a positive message to get across in the end.

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