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Individual Author Record

General Information

Name:  Edward Dixon  

Pen Name: Ed Dixon


Born: 1941 in Decatur, Illinois

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Illinois Connection

Dixon was born in Decatur and graduated from Eisenhower High School. He currently resides in Sullivan, Illinois.

Biographical and Professional Information

Edward Dixon is retired. He enjoys wrtiting Children's Books and more recently has started writing adult fiction.

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Titles At Your Library

ISBN: 1413738176

PublishAmerica. 2004

This book makes children think about life and what is expected of them as they grow up. All family members should read this book, because it has its funny side, sad side, and a side that makes you think, “Gee, maybe I can make a better person of myself.”True friends and trust are indicated in this book, and it makes you wish the whole world thought like the children in this book. Maybe the world would be a better place.

Willard's Call For Help
ISBN: 1413752217

PublishAmerica. 2005

This is another adventure with Willard and his friend, Tim. Willard was a little boy who had been changed into a blue, stuffed, toy elephant by a sorcerer. Although he had magical powers, he couldn't change himself back into a boy. He had floated around in the ocean for hundreds of years, when he floated upon a beach, where he was found by Tim. They became good friends and shared many adventures together, before Tim and his friends helped Willard return home and got the sorcerer to change him back into a boy. Now, Willard needs Tim and his friends' help to save his friend, Merlin, who is now a good sorcerer, from an evil sorcerer. They encounter a dragon who is guarding the evil sorcerer's castle. But Tim and his friends convince the dragon to help them in saving Merlin from the evil sorcerer. They do, but the evil sorcerer escapes, and now they have to catch him.



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