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David Abraham Adler born April 10, is an American writer of books for children and young adults, most notably the Cam Jansen mystery series, the "Picture Book of Adler was born in New York. He graduated from Queens College in with a bachelor's degree in economics and education. For the next nine years, he worked as a mathematics teacher for the New York City Board of Education, while taking classes towards a master's degree in marketing, a degree he was awarded by New York University in In that same year, a question from his then-three-year-old nephew inspired Adler to write his first story, A Little at a Time , subsequently published by Random House in Adler's next project, a series of math books, drew on his experience as a math teacher.
In , he created his most famous character, Cam Jansen , originally featured in Cam Jansen and the Mystery of the Stolen Diamonds , which was first published in and is still in print along with more than 50 other Cam Jansen Mysteries. Worldwide, more than 30,, Cams have been printed and sold. Adler married psychologist Renee Hamada in , and their first child, Michael, was born in By that time Adler had taken a break from teaching and, while his wife continued her work, he stayed home, took care of Michael, and began a full-time writing career.
Adler's son, Michael S. Another son, Edward, was the inspiration for Adler's Andy Russell series, with the events described in the series loosely based on adventures the Adler family had with Edward's enthusiasm and his pets. My parents encouraged each of us to be an individual. It was their way of lessening the competition between us. As a child I was known as the family artist. Paintings and drawings I did when I was as young as twelve still hang in my parents' home. And I was creative. I drew funny signs that I taped around the house.
I also made up stories to entertain my younger brothers and sisters. I'm still making up stories. For thirty years my parents kept in an otherwise unused room unwanted wedding gifts belonging to a relative who had moved overseas -- an electric fan, dishes with a strange bird pattern, luggage, pots, and lots of cups and glasses.
But what a wonderful room to crawl between the boxes and suitcases and imagine all the stories I could tell! I graduated college in with licenses to teach history and math. I taught math in the New York City school system for nine years, and I went to graduate school.
I also drew cartoons. I even sold a few. And he kept asking questions. When he left, I had all those questions swirling in my head and that led to my very first published story, A Little At A Time.
I sent it ro Random House, my first story and my first submission, and after six months of consideration, it was accepted for publication. The editor was impressed at how I had captured the voice of a young child in all my questions. That was easy! I just listened, remembered, and wrote. Then, as a math teacher, I wrote a few math books for Thomas Y.
Crowell, now a division of HarperCollins. In I married and in our first son was born. I was granted a child-care leave from teaching and while I was caring for my infant son, I created Cam Jansen.
Happily those books led to many others. I begin with story idea, with the main characters, and the setting. For me writing involves constant revisions. My best stories have been rewritten scores of times.
As of September , Adler has three sons and four grandsons. He lives in Woodmere, New York. Menucha Classroom Solutions , an imprint of Menucha Publishers has published new titles by Adler in with new titles forthcoming later in the year. A series of books following the exploits of a fifth-grade female detective named Jennifer "Cam" Jansen and her best friend Eric. Nicknamed Cam for her photographic memory , the protagonist closes her eyes and says "click" at various points in a story, mimicking the noise of a camera while memorizing a scene in front of her.
She later recalls these scenes to aid in solving a mystery. The Cam Jansen character was based on an elementary school classmate of Adler's who was believed to have a photographic memory.
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Я совсем забыл, что электричество вырубилось. Он принялся изучать раздвижную дверь. Прижал ладони к стеклу и попробовал раздвинуть створки. Потные ладони скользили по гладкой поверхности. Он вытер их о брюки и попробовал. На этот раз створки двери чуть-чуть разошлись. Сьюзан, увидев, что дело пошло, попыталась помочь Стратмору.
Затем ярко вспыхнул и выключился. Сьюзан Флетчер оказалась в полной темноте. Сьюзан Флетчер нетерпеливо мерила шагами туалетную комнату шифровалки и медленно считала от одного до пятидесяти. Голова у нее раскалывалась. Еще немного, - повторяла она мысленно. - Северная Дакота - это Хейл. Интересно, какие он строит планы.
Ну давай же, - пробормотала. - У тебя было много времени. Сьюзан положила руку на мышку и вывела окно состояния Следопыта. Сколько времени он уже занят поиском. Открылось окно - такие же цифровые часы, как на ТРАНСТЕКСТЕ, которые должны были показывать часы и минуты работы Следопыта.
Нет, коммандер! - вскрикнула Сьюзан. - Нет. Хейл сжал ее горло. - Если вы вызовете службу безопасности, она умрет. Стратмор вытащил из-под ремня мобильник и набрал номер.
Беккер пересек мощенную камнем площадь. Единственный выстрел, к счастью, прозвучал слишком поздно. Беккер на своем мотоцикле скрылся в узком проходе Каллита-де-ля-Вирген. ГЛАВА 88 Фара веспы отбрасывала контрастные тени на стены по обе стороны от узкой дорожки.
Прости меня, - сказал он, стараясь говорить как можно мягче. - Расскажи, что с тобой случилось. Сьюзан отвернулась.
- Кроме того, ТРАНСТЕКСТ уже больше двадцати часов не может справиться с каким-то файлом.