The Secret World of Raine the Brain: The Council
C. L. Fails (Author)
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From the author of the Ella Books series comes a suite of books about a young inventor whose creations hope to save the world - daily.
Meet 12-year old Raine. He's your average older brother who uses his creativity in extraordinary ways.
"This is my inventor's journal.
Inside it you'll find all the info you need to understand my secret life as Raine the Brain.
Do not read this journal unless you want to know what it's like to save your town from destruction while masquerading as a normal kid. You've been warned."
What happens if his secret world collides with everyday life? Your definition of "Normal" will be challenged.
August 07, 2018
6.69 X 0.4 X 9.61 inches | 0.69 pounds
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About the Author
C. L. Fails is an Author, Speaker, Creative Architect, and an Accidental Educator; having served pre-school through college students in her hometown of Kansas City. An agent for equity, she has dedicated her career to helping others learn to follow their internal compass, and thrive despite challenge. C. L. is currently Founder & CEO of LaunchCrate Publishing - a company created to help writers launch their work into the world while retaining the portion of profit they deserve. Outside of LaunchCrate she is an active advocate for education, serving as a former Girls on the Run Coach, on the Board of Directors for Junior Achievement of Greater Kansas City, as well as Chair Emeritus of the Multicultural Alumni Council at Kansas State University. She is author and illustrator of the Ella Book Series, The Christmas Cookie books, and her latest series, The Secret World of Raine the Brain. She also penned the interactive Modern Memoir, So, Okay... documenting the life stories of her then 94 year old Grandfather. All are fun books that inspire us to be bold, take risks, and learn from our mistakes. When she's not helping clients, hosting a podcast, speaking with audiences or working on her latest book about building community, you can find her doodling on whatever object may be nearby.