Charlie Kadado

Charlie Kadado

Biography

Charlie Kadado lives in Michigan and was born in 1996.


•    Social Studies is one of Charlie's favorite subjects because he likes to learn about the past and present.

•    Charlie has been writing since he was seven years old and has written more than 40 short stories.

•    One of Charlie’s poems was published in the "Anthology of Poetry By Young Americans."

•    When he listens to music, Charlie enjoys listening to the beat of the drums and the strings of the guitar.


"Politics is one of my favorite subjects. Politics is our government, our future, and our past. Politics takes up my hobbies in my life, my education at school, and my thoughts of the future."

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    Stoneheart

    Stoneheart

    by Charlie Fletcher

    A city has many lives and layers. London has more than most. Not all the layers are underground, and not all the lives belong to the living. Twelve-year-old George Chapman is about to find this out the hard way. When George breaks the head from a stone dragon he awakes an ancient power that has been dormant for centuries. Now that George has disturbed the fragile truce between the warring statues of London, he is forced into a race for survival where nothing is what it seems and and itīs never clear who to trust. And this is just the beginning as the statues of London awake...

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    Stoneheart Trilogy, The Book Two: Ironhand

    Stoneheart Trilogy, The Book Two: Ironhand

    by Charlie Fletcher

    The war between the statues of London rages on as George Chapman must complete three challenges to save his own life.

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