The INVENTION MYSTERIES books are entertaining AND educational, and Paul will personally sign your books for you. Only $12.95 each, and discounts are available when you order 3 or more copies. (This web site is the only place where you can get your copies signed by the author.)
Attention NIE Coordinators & Newspaper editors:
INVENTION MYSTERIES has appeared in more than 60 newspapers as part of their NIE programs or as a weekly syndicated column. Click to find out more.
Paul is available to give in-school workshops to your classes (4th through 12th grades), where he will …
1. Show your students how to write and publish their own books (appropriate for 7th — 12 grades), OR
2. Talk about your state’s top local inventors (appropriate for 4th — 8th grades), OR
3. Show your students how to invent and market their own products (appropriate for 4th — 12 grades), OR
4. A combination of any these 3 items.
Plus, the INVENTION MYSTERIES books are ideal for every school library. Paul is an adjunct professor at Quincy (IL) University, so he has experience presenting to classes of up to 30 students. Call him at (800) 337-5758 or send an e-mail to [email protected] to schedule a workshop with Paul or to order the books for your school.
If you manage a bookstore, you can order the books in bulk quantity for resale. Call (800) 337-5758 or send an e-mail to [email protected] to order or to ask about book signings.
Invention Mysteries is also for TV & radio stations:
If you manage a TV or radio station, you can add the INVENTION MYSTERIES stories to your programming. The stories are available as 90-second TV and radio features. You can sell these spots to advertisers. They are also available to the public on DVD’s (10 stories per DVD).
If you want to promote your company’s innovative products, or just want to sponsor some clean, family-safe programming, INVENTION MYSTERIES may be just the media vehicle you’re looking for. The TV and radio features are available for sponsorship. Call (800) 337-5758 or send an e-mail to [email protected]
If you’re an inventor: Click here for an excellent web site for inventors, which also contains a free newsletter.