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Individual Author Record

General Information

Name:  John Gile  

Pen Name: None

Genre:

Audience: Adult; Young Adult; Children; Children;

Born: 1944 in Cuba City, Wisconsin


-- Website -- http://www.johngile.com
-- John Gile on WorldCat -- http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=john+gile


Illinois Connection

Gile graduated from Northern Illinois University and currently resides in Rockford, Illinois.

Biographical and Professional Information

John Gile is an award-winning author, journalist, editor, and publisher with more than three decades of education and experience in the world of print, electronic, and interpersonal communication.


Published Works

  • First Forest, JGC/United Publishing Corps., 1989, 1999
  • Keeping First Things First, JCG/United Publishing Corps., 1990
  • 第一座森林的愛, (Chinese edition, The First Forest),JGC/United Publishing Corps., 1994
  • Oh, How I Wished I Could Read, JGC/United Publishing Corps., 1995
  • What Is That Thing? Whose Stuff Is This?, JGC/United Publishing Corps., 2000
  • El Primer Bosque, (Spanish edition, The First Forest)JGC/United Publishing Corps., 2006
  • Warriors Forever'', JGC/United Publishing Corps., 2013


Selected Titles At Your Library

The first forest /
ISBN: 0910941017. OCLC Number:

John Gile Communications,. Rockford, IL :. ©1989.

A modern fable to remind us that greed and selfishness are harmful and that peace and harmony flow from an attitude of grateful appreciation for the gifts we receive and a respect for the need and right of others to share in those gifts.

Keeping first things first /
ISBN: 0910941025. OCLC Number:

Worzalla Pub. Co.,. Stevens Point, Wis. :. ©1990.

Oh, how I wished I could read! /
ISBN: 0910941106. OCLC Number:

John Gile Communications,. Rockford, IL :. ©1995.

A little boy has a nightmare that he can't read and is relieved when he wakes up and finds that it isn't true.

What is that thing? whose stuff is this? /
ISBN: 0910941270. OCLC Number:

JGC/United Pub.,. Rockford, IL :. ©2000.

El primer bosque /
ISBN: 0910941157. OCLC Number:

Worzalla,. Stevens Point, Wis. :. 2006.

A modern fable to remind us that greed and selfishness are harmful and that peace and harmony flow from an attitude of grateful appreciation for the gifts we receive and a respect for the need and right of others to share in those gifts.

Warriors Forever /
ISBN: 0910941378. OCLC Number:

John Gile Communications/JGC United Publishing,. Rockford, IL :. 2017.

"Warriors Forever is storytelling at its best: a timless and timely story from an era when high school basketball was the talk of the town and the social event of the week. It is 'the story of what is best in us and what is worst in us in Everycity, USA': how we are divided, and how a once-in-a-lifetime phenomenon can bring us together, at least for a moment, and erase our diffrences."--Back cover.


Awards

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Speaking Engagements

Speaking Engagement Availability (Yes)

, contact publisher Donna Paladino JGC/United Publishing Corp. 1710 North Main Street Rockford, Illinois 61103 815-968-6601