David W. Tollen is a multiple award-winning author of fantasy novels that teach history and science. His books are for young adults and middle readers, as well as for adults. They're great for teachers, students and parents -- and particularly valuable for distance learning and homeschooling.
David’s new novel is Secrets of Hominea. It's a magical middle grade fantasy: a tale of giants, gnomes, queens, and adventurers -- and of science and history. It’s for readers age 9 to 13 … and for their parents and teachers.
David's first novel is The Jericho River, An Adventure Through History (Winifred Press 2014, 2018). It's a fantasy that teaches the history of Western Civilization. The Jericho River won first place at the Next Generation Indie Book Awards and the London Book Festival, as well as a bronze medal in the Readers' Favorite Book Reviews and Awards Contest, among other honors.
David's books are available from Amazon, Ingram, and other retailers.
David is also a member of the Board of Advisors for World History Encyclopedia, which publishes the world’s most-read history encyclopedia. He earned a B.A. in history from U.C. Berkeley and has law degrees from Harvard Law School and Cambridge University. David lives in Northern California with his wife and two sons.
David also writes about the law, and he’s the author of the American Bar Association’s bestseller, The Tech Contracts Handbook. For more on David’s law-related writing and other work, please visit TechContracts.com.