Well, I just ordered your book from Amazon, so your google search may not have brought you any news, but it brought you a sale. :) I'll be curious to see how this one stacks up against "The Further Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" which I enjoyed quite a bit.
Some years ago I compiled a list on Amazon for those who might wish to read further Huck and/or Tom stories. I'll get this one added to the list! http://www.amazon.com/Complete-Saga-Tom-Huck/lm/1WADTA96CLBKC Anyone read some of these such as "More Adventures of Huck Finn" or "Tom Sawyer Grows Up" by Clement Wood from the 1930s?
From: Sam Sackett <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Friday, October 26, 2012 2:16 PM
Subject: Huck on Google
There's a service on Google called Google Alerts. It gives you what appear=
s on the Internet -- news, blogs, and web -- about the subject you choose. =
I signed up for it to get alerts about Huckleberry Finn, hoping I'd see an=
y comments about my Huckleberry Finn Grows Up. I haven't seen any yet.
But what I have seen is that almost every day some student is writing in sa=
ying he's been given a class assignment about Adventures of Huckleberry Fin=
n and wants somebody to do his homework for him; and/or some person or comp=
any is offering to provide an essay about Twain's classic.
I think if I were teaching Huckleberry Finn, I'd want to subscribe to this =
Google service to see what my students were doing; in fact, if I were teach=
ing any book or books at all, I'd want to get Google Alerts on that book or=
those books. Keeping students honest is a tough job, and this would help.