The Storm is about a teen struggling with life in a violent and frustrating world. He’s trying to do what he can, but he’s angry about the hand life has dealt him. Then, out of the blue, his estranged and mysterious Granddaddy stops by to see him. They go for a walk in the park, and for one stormy and magical afternoon, Granddaddy talks about being a former WWII fighter-pilot, about his past, his famous friends, and about how he escaped a meaningless life.
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Dan Blanchard is a Bestselling Author, Award-Winning Speaker, and Educator. He is a Life Coach, two-time Junior Olympian Wrestler, and two-time Junior Olympian Wrestling Coach. He grew up as a student-athlete and is the first to admit that there was more athlete than a student in him through high school. Now, he holds seven degrees, including four master’s degrees.
Dan currently teaches Special Education in Connecticut’s largest inner-city high school. He is a Teacher Consultant for the University of Connecticut’s Writing Project and was chosen by the American Federation of Teachers as the face and voice for educational reform.
He was inspired to write “The Storm: How Young Boys Become Good Men” and “A Sprint to the Top: How to Win The Game of Life” by students who were always telling him to write a book so he could share with other teens what he was sharing with them. He listened, and wrote this very accessible two-book teen
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