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Growing Season
Author : James V. Jacobs
Category : Other
ISBN : 978-1-935802-53-2
Price : $ 19.95
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James V. Jacobs was educated at Marion College (now Indiana Wesleyan University) and Western Illinois University. He worked in Civil Rights for the Urban League, taught fifth grade in the Galesburg (IL) public schools for thirty-five years, and taught writing at Carl Sandburg Community College.

Jacobs has received awards for teaching and his commitment to human relations. They include Award of Excellence from the Illinois Math and Science Academy, League of Latin American Citizens (LULAC) Teacher of the Year Award, Honored Teacher Award from the University of Iowa, Outstanding Alumni Award from Indiana Wesleyan University, Outstanding Dedication to Education Citation from Boston University, and the Human Relations Award from the Galesburg Human Relations Commission. Jacobs was also part owner of HRC, Inc., a business dealing with the issue of racism.

Jacobs’ essays and short stories have appeared in The Prairie Journal, The Zephyr and the literary/art magazine Phizzogs. The Midwest Book Review called Jacobs’s first novel, No Ordinary Season “[An] extraordinary novel that is...very highly recommended...”

Growing Season, a sequel to No Ordinary Season, is his second novel. Learn more about the author at www.jimjacobswriter.com.

About the Author
Author: JAMES V. JACOBS attended Marion
College and Western Illinois University. He worked in civil rights and taught for 46 years. His work has appeared in a number of publications. No Ordinary Season is his first published novel. Learn more about the author at jimjacobswriter.com.

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