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Artie Knapp

Artie Knapp

American writer Artie Knapp is the author of many published works for young readers. His children’s book Stuttering Stan Takes a Stand was endorsed by The National Stuttering Association and the American Institute for Stuttering. A frequent contributor to Ovi Magazine, Artie’s children’s literature has also been featured in such publications as The Detroit Free Press, Humpty Dumpty’s Magazine, Lincoln Kids, The Modesto Bee, Kids Turn Central, the Fort Wayne Family Magazine and the Cincinnati Enquirer to name a few. He is a member of The Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators, and graduated from Ohio University. Artie lives in Cincinnati, Ohio, with his wife and daughter. To learn more about Artie and his work, please visit www.artieknapp.com
 
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 An Evening on Palorius 7An Evening on Palorius 7 by Artie Knapp
      
 Puddles at the Pole: A Global Warming AdPuddles at the Pole: A Global Warming Ad by Artie Knapp
“Hello, Bernie here. I am a polar bear living at the North Pole, and this is my friend, Sally. Say hi to them, Sally.” “Hi!”
 Ed Wood for InspirationEd Wood for Inspiration by Artie Knapp
While living in New York City in my early twenties I didn’t have two nickels to rub together. It was classic Dickens, in that, “It was the best of times; it was the worst of times.”
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 Buster Douglas in 'Pluto's Plight'Buster Douglas in 'Pluto's Plight' by Artie Knapp
Former world heavyweight boxing champ, Buster Douglas, stars as an FBI Agent in the independently produced movie Pluto’s Plight.
 Where Have All the Good Drivers Gone?Where Have All the Good Drivers Gone? by Artie Knapp
I read recently that if our Sun was the size of a dot over the letter “i”, the nearest star would be a dot ten miles away. That’s an impressive statistic on the vastness of space, but it doesn’t impress me as much as people
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