Fred Hechinger

Fred Hechinger

Biography

Fred Hechinger lives in New York and was born in 1999.

•    Fred says it's hard to pick a favorite book, but one of his favorites is To Kill a Mockingbird.

•    The music he likes includes Jerry Lee Lewis, Rolling Stones, Fats Waller, Louis Armstron, Irving Berlin, and Dean Martin.

•    He is a member of two book clubs.

•    He's not sure what he wants to be when he grows up, but “I think I might want to pursue something in the arts.”

"I love hearing and telling people's stories. I love to meet authors, actors, and directors, too, and I love hearing them talk about what they do and how they became who they are. I want to learn about the world, I want to hear stories from different people, and learn to tell these stories as a reporter."

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    I, Crocodile

    I, Crocodile

    by Fred Marcellino and Tim Curry

    An Egyptian crocodile who catches the fancy of the esteemed Emperor Napoleon becomes an instant celebrity in a fancy fountain in Paris. But when someone in the kitchen starts singing the praises of crocodile pie, the resourceful and very hungry reptile escapes by sewer.

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    Women's Adventures in Science: Beyond Jupiter

    Women's Adventures in Science: Beyond Jupiter

    by Fred Bortz

    Foremost scientists in their fields;these women have excelled in the fascinating fields;of astronomy;forensics;climatology;neuropsychology;robotics;physics;geology;sociology;biology;and biomechanics—pursuing advances in science as well as being great role models.

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