Steven Max Stern’s book

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Steven and I were brought together a decade ago by our love of music and children’s stories. I got to know his dear wife and daughters. He generously lent me his facilities to test my stories on a group of youngsters in English and Hebrew. When he closed his recording studio we somehow slowly lost touch, which was rekindled when we shared a coffee last year and he told me that he was grappling with a life-threatening medical condition. Since then Steven has been winning the fight and his courage and resolve are a lesson for us all. I am inviting Steven to our class at Shenkar college in a week or two to share his story and to coax our students to live their lives to the fullest and leave no stone unturned.
Steven has just published his truly amazing story on the Ourboox platform, and I am delighted that we were able to facilitate this wonderful, candid, inspiring book. I hope that our community will read, re-read, share and treasure. I know I will.
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Mel Rosenberg

About Mel Rosenberg

Mel Rosenberg couldn't make a living writing and giving away children’s books so to make ends meet he took on odd jobs as a professor of microbiology, inventor, jazz musician, singer and French toast cook. More recently he has teamed with Ran Shternin (and a whole bunch of wonderful volunteers) to create ourboox.com, an international community of writers and illustrators who make amazing books together using a unique platform.