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Author Delivers Life-Long Lessons at St. Ben's

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St. Benedict student Joshua Kroll waits patiently as Stratton personalizes one of his novels.

November 14, 2011 - St. Benedict grade 7 student Joshua Kroll looks on as author Allan Stratton personally signs his book Borderline after his presentation. Stratton begins by introducing his work by reading from one of his prize-winning novels. Stratton’s writings are youth-oriented which contain themes of “courage” and “facing your fears”. Stratton’s message was when things are not going well in life, always remember that “this too shall pass” and things will get better.

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