Edward is an average little boy with an obsession for collecting things – everything from stale doughnuts to old car batteries. Dr. Sprechtmachen is the mysterious little man next door. They meet, become friends, and blast off for an adventure in outer space. They travel to Pluto where they meet the Plutacians, purple jellybean people who seem very nice—at first. On Pluto, Edward and Dr. Sprechtmachen learn first hand about prejudice and racism, and they develop a plan to eliminate it by showing just how silly it really is. This wonderful lesson is presented in a magical, quick-paced adventure that is fun to read and educational too.
About the Author
Bob Zeidman is an award-winning novelist, screenwriter, and film maker who is also a software engineer, parallel entrepreneur, mathematician, and expert witness. He lives in Silicon Valley where these kinds of activities are the norm. He plans on taking a little time off before his next venture, whatever that may be.
|Publication Date||June 17, 2012|
|Print Length||76 pages|
|Publisher||Swiss Creek Publications; 1 edition (June 17, 2012)|