The Silhouette Man is based on the true story of a curious kid's efforts to make a difference and the grandparent who mentors him. The book is geared toward adults. The condensed version for students (5th grade thru college reading level) - The First Thirty - was NSDLC Multicultural Relations Book of the Year. The Milkshake Man is the new illustrated version for K-4th grade reading level. The companion workbooks are A Place To Sit and One Lunch.
The story has some special connections to Janus School. The author (Greg) served as 2013 Graduation Speaker at Janus School, and the reviews on Page 1 in A Place To Sit include one from Janet Gillespie, Head of School, Janus School.
This link provides a way to get copies of the books or companion workbooks and support Janus School at the same time.
If you, your family, your company (etc)... order any copies of the books or workbooks through this Shop link, between now & May 5, 2020, you'll receive an email asking if your order was affiliated with / in support of a specific organization. As long as you respond to that email within 10 days & reference Gillespie or Janus, 10% of your purchase will be donated to Janus School. In that same response, you also can note if you'd like the books/workbooks signed to anyone.
To order copies of The Milkshake Man, One Lunch, The First Thirty, The Silhouette Man, or A Place To Sit) - visit the Shop
To see the page 1 reviews - click here
read additional reviews of Greg's books & workbooks - click here
To see a Readers' Gallery from around the world - click here