Mobile, Alabama

I had another sell-out at the Barnes and Noble in Mobile on Airport. I arrived there a little before noon and left a little after 8 pm. It was a fun, but long, day, and I met lots of cool people. I checked into an Econo Lodge off Airport Road when I left. Am very tired. Another busy signing day tomorrow at the Barnes and Noble at Spanish Fort, then the long drive back to Monroe. Here is Holly, a teacher, and a new friend who purchased my book. I’ve talked to so many people today that my head is spinning.

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  1. After reading this book, I was speechless! As soon as I got back to my classroom this morning I read it to my class. The look on my 3rd graders’ faces was priceless. They were amazed that Jim just vanished and was never found! As I am typing this, the children are writing what they think happened to Jim and also drawing a picture of how they think he looked when he was older.
    Mr. Pittman, thank you so much for sharing this story with us! It was a pleasure to meet you and I look forward to reading more of you work. I’m also going to talk to my administrators about possibly having you as a guest at our school.

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