Individual Author Record
Name: Ed AvisPen Name: None Genre: Non-Fiction Audience: Adult; Born: 1967 in Pennsylvania
-- Website -- http://www.edaviswriter.com
-- Ed Avis on WorldCat -- http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=ed+avis
Illinois ConnectionAvis raised his family in Oak Park for 20 years and now live in Chicago. He received a masters degree from Dominican University in River Forest.
Biographical and Professional InformationEd Avis has written articles for the Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun-Times, Crain's Chicago Business, and dozens of other publications. He owned book publisher Marion Street Press, Inc. in Oak Park from 1993 to 2009. He is currently publisher of ''el Restaurante'', a trade magazine for owners/managers of Mexican other Latin-cuisine restaurants.
- Armchair Reader Civil War, Publications International, 2007 - written with Tom DeMichael, Michael Amedeo, Michael Patrick Brady and Eric Paul Erickson
- Come on Dad: 75 Things for Fathers and Sons to do Together, Lobster Press, 2008
- Lobster Kids Guide to Exploring Chicago, Lobster Press, 2001
- The Green Reprographics Handbook, Marion Street Press, 2008
Titles At Your Library
Come on, Dad!: 75 Things for Fathers and Sons to Do Together
ISBN: 1897073771 Lobster Press. 2008 This Father's Day favorite is packed with fun ways for young boys and their dads to spend time together. From concocting secret codes and crafting musical instruments to camping out in the backyard and making personal pizzas, Come on, Dad! features creative games and projects that will fill an afternoon with fun, and create lasting memories for young boys and their fathers.
Instructions are easy to understand, and any materials needed are common household items. The activities vary in complexity: some are physical, some are mental, some are for indoors, some are for outdoors and all are designed to entertain and stimulate. The authors' suggestions also provide great ideas for birthday party games and homemade gifts.
Sample activities: Personal Pizzas, Paper Air Force, Time Capsule, Take It Apart, Family Story Collection, Old Man Apples, Math Olympics, Beach Memories, Obstacle Race, Recycled City, Personal Place Mats, Shopping Alphabet, Backyard Campout, A Shave a Day, Twirl Pictures, Leafy Fun
New Edition features a new cover, new interior photographs, and a new introduction from the author.
The Lobster Kids' Guide to Exploring Chicago
ISBN: 1894222407 Lobster Press. 2001 "(all ages) Small enough to fit in a knapsack yet huge on ideas, this guide has more than 100 suggestions for fun-filled family activities in Chicago, Illinois."
Armchair Reader Civil War (Armchair Reader)
ISBN: 1412715636 Publications International. 2007 Uncover the real events behind the myths and the startling details often absent from history books. This Armchair Reader gives an in-depth analysis of an important chapter in the American saga. Readers will learn what a marine, a Quaker, and an infernal machine had in common technical marvels of the time how a paleface became a powder monkey and families even Abe Lincoln's that were split in two over the conflict. Enjoy stories about how a Union general was captured by Confederate soldiers in his own bedroom, why General Jeb Stewart traveled with a personal banjo player, and the perils of being a battlefield photographer.
Green Reprographics Handbook, The
ISBN: 1933338334 Marion Street Press, Inc.. 2008 Go Green, Make Green! The Green Reprographics Handbook shows reprographics professionals the importance of going green, how to do it properly, and how to profit from it. Topics include key ways going green can save you money top reasons your customers want you to be green how to get your staff excited about going green how to evaluate your business to see how green it already is three levels of suggestions for making your shop green three chapters of ways to promote your green advantage and press releases, letters and articles about green reprographics you can use in your own promo materials.