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William Patrick Martin is the author of five books, most recently A Lifetime of Fiction: The 500 Most Recommended Reads for Ages 2 to 102. He also owns Zabby Books, an online bookstore. Martin has been a professor of education at both Temple University and Monmouth University. While at Monmouth University, Martin was the Director of the Governor’s School on Public Issues, a selective residential summer program for New Jersey gifted and talented teenagers. His career in Pennsylvania state government includes stints as a press secretary, speechwriter, management consultant, and special advisor to the Lieutenant Governor. He has a doctoral degree in education and a master’s degree in journalism. Martin’s first job after college was as a campaign coordinator for the Pennsylvania Democratic Party. Following his several books of liberal quotations, national columnist Jim Hightower referred to him as “the ultimate quotographer of the American Left.” Martin lives in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania.


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Monday, April 28, 2014 (2 comments)      Share on Google Plus Submit to Twitter Add this Page to Facebook! Share on LinkedIn Pin It! Add this Page to Fark! Submit to Reddit Submit to Stumble Upon
The 10 Most Recommended Fiction Reads for Preschool to Adulthood "The 10 Most Recommended Fiction Reads for Preschool to Adulthood" is based on William Patrick Martin's new book, "A Lifetime of Fiction: The 500 Most Recommended Reads for Ages 2 to 102" published by Rowman & Littlefield. "Lifetime" is special because expresses the opinion of not just one critic, but the aggregated opinions of an army of critics. The result is a book guide that is uniquely authoritative.