About Reese Haller
Reese is eleven years old and a sixth grader at Handy Middle School in Bay City, Michigan. He is considered one of the youngest published fiction authors in America. He began writing short stories in Kindergarten where he was encouraged to take risks with his writing. He discovered his joy and passion in the third grade where he blossomed as a writer.
While at the age of eight, before entering fourth grade, Reese wrote his first book Fred The Mouse™ Book One: The Adventures Begin. It is a Benjamin Franklin Award silver medal winner. He wrote Fred the Mouse™ Book Two: Making Friends during his Christmas break in December 2005. Book Two is a Mom’s Choice Award Gold Medal Winner. Reese wrote Fred the Mouse™ Book Three: Rescuing Freedom which was nominated for a Newberry Award, during the summer before entering 5th grade. For more information visit Reese at www.reesehaller.com.
On March 19, 2006, Reese was appointed the Ambassador of Literacy for
the Youth of Michigan by Michigan’s Governor Jennifer Granholm.
Reese has also been appointed to the National Advisory Council for the
Statue of Responsibility, a United States National monument, to be unveiled
in July of 2010. He is a featured author along with Oprah, Stephen Covey,
Barack Obama, Pope John Paul, George S. McGovern, and 55 other authors
in a book to support the national monument entitled, Responsibility