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"Chill out!" The GAAH Press Club meets Johnathan Rand

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On Friday, the 29 of April, 2011, GAAH Press Club went to see Johnathan Rand to hear what he wants to say.
GAAH Press Club meets Michigan author Johnathan Rand.

GAAH Press Club meets Michigan author Johnathan Rand. /GAAH Press Club

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GAAH Press Club gets their books signed by Michigan author Johnathan Rand.

GAAH Press Club gets their books signed by Michigan author Johnathan Rand. /GAAH Press Club

GAAH Press Club poses in front of the Chillers van.

GAAH Press Club poses in front of the Chillers van. /GAAH Press Club

Johnathan Rand is very funny.  He has very frightening glasses, very chilling books, and he has a person who helps him called Mrs. Chillers.  The books he writes are American Chillers and Michigan Chillers.   On the 29th day of April, the GAAH Press Club went to see Johnathan Rand.  Gilberto and Avelycia got his autograph.  We got a picture of us with Johnathan Rand with his scary glasses on.

 

Hilliel:  

On Friday, April 29 we met Johnathan Rand, the author of Michigan Chiller/American Chiller.  He was cool.  He was so funny about his laughs, book, and hamsters, but most of all his glasses.  It was funny and cool.

 

Avelycia:

The Press Club met Johnathan Rand for his interview/autograph event.  Johnathan Rand was telling us how to read and what to think about it.

On Friday, the 29 of April, 2011, GAAH Press Club went to see Johnathan Rand to hear what he wants to say.
At the downtown library, Johnathan Rand did his event.  He did [this] because he wanted to show kids you should read books & support your skills.  People drove or walked to go to the event.
 
I liked it when he said, “Reading is not a thing, it’s a place to go.”

 
Gilberto:  

Johnathan Rand autographed people in the downtown library on Friday and I went to get autographed.  I heard his story that was funny and learned to do the evil laugh.

 

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