About Mike Peterson

  • Author and editor Mike Peterson has worked with students and teachers since 1993, creating educational materials that are both engaging and educationally sound. He has given workshops for educators on local, regional, state and national levels, has had articles on educational topics published in a variety of publications, and has won international awards for his youth and community programs. His serial stories have appeared in newspapers throughout the United States as well as in Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Bermuda. He has also been a newspaper reporter and editor, radio talk show host, magazine writer and advertising professional.

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Did you make or find this video?

The song was very intresting and the lyrics were very good.I liked the picture of the men playing the banjo also.

I like the banjo a lot, it makes the song a lot better. Very historic.

I found that one. Somebody did a really good job,didn't they? This was a very popular song (and it will be mentioned in the story later), and I wanted to show actual pictures to help kids get a sense of what the war was like.

Glad you guys liked it!

I found this video very interesting.The music made it all come together.

This Was A Fantastic Vidio!

Mike Peterson i have a question?How many serial stories have you wrote in your life??!!..

Sorry I didn't see this before, Dylan. About a dozen, I guess.

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