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Reading it does the mind good, with Phillip Margolin

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Joining Bill today on the Live KOKS Radio show is Phillip Margolin... He  has met his share of criminals, and wants kids to want to read!

He and his daughter Ami Margolin Rome are out to revive real curiosity in kids. Reading is an essential tool that statistically separates kids who read from juveniles and adults who lean toward underachievement and crime.

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His book called: Vanishing Acts, takes the young reader away from the video screen and into the action that arouses healthy curiosity with characters they want to know better.

About Phillip Margolin: Despite more than a dozen NYT best sellers, an HBO movie and numerous writing Honors, Phillip Margolin belies the myth that great writers are born  behind their keyboards.  The richness of his characters and stories were founded on a detail-rich life that took him from NYC to Oregon by way of the Peace Corps, NYU Law School, teaching junior high school in the South Bronx, numerous murder trials, appearance before the US Supreme Court and the first battered woman defense in Oregon for a woman accused of murdering her spouse.

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