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Author Name: Todd Strasser

Tod Strasser (born May, 5th, 1950 in New York City, New York) is an American author of more than 140 young-adult and middle grade novels and many short stories and works of non-fiction, some written under the pen names Morton Rhueand T.S. Rue.
After studying literature in college, Strasser earned his living working as a journalist, also operated his own fortune cookie company, producing cookies under the “Dr. Wing Tip Shoo” brand name. He is the father of two children, and an avid tennis player, skier, and surfer.
Strasser has written many award-winning novels for young adults and teens, picking controversial themes like Nazism, bullying at schools, homelessness, school shootings, and sexuality. His works include Give a Boy a Gun, Boot Camp, Asphalt Tribe and most recently, If I Grow Up. His most famous work The Wave, is a novelization of a social experiment that happened in Cubberley High School in Palo Alto, California in 1969, and was made into a television movie in 1981 and a popular feature film in 2008. This book has been translated into more than a dozen languages and is read in schools around the world.
Her and his wife and children live in Westchester County, New York, and try to avoid the city during holidays.

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Home Alone 2, Lost in New York
 -by Todd Strasser

It's Christmas in the McCallister house and the family is going to Florida. Unfortunately, Kevin is on a plane to New York! Thi... Read More

Nighttime: Too Afraid to Scream
 -by Todd Strasser

If you're easily scared then. . . DON'T read this book, or you'll be sorry when night time comes around! Short stories sure to ... Read More

3 Ninjas Kick Back
 -by Todd Strasser
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