Weaver asks 'What if?': Local author encourages teens to read
Bemidji author Will Weaver said he is about to round out a dozen books written to encourage teenagers to read.
"Memory Boy" is the fictional story of a Twin Cities suburban family, the Newells - parents Arthur and Natalie and teen-aged siblings Miles and Sarah - and their response to a natural disaster that brings the Upper Midwest to a post-apocalypse situation.
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