News & Awards

News & Awards

Find out what’s going on with Tim or when that new book is going to be released.  Here you can follow Tim as he travels to schools around the country.  We’ll keep you posted on what’s happening right here.  You can also follow Tim on Facebook and Twitter for more personal updates.

Author, Ex-NFL player discusses the power of reading

PORT CLINTON- Tim Green has written 34 books, with a 35th planned for release in March 2017. He first made his name on the football field, but Green is now known more for his penchant for words and skill in promoting literacy to students across the country. The former NFL football player visited Port Clinton […]

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Beyond the Game: Former NFL player pens book about local student overcoming obstacles

Former NFL player Tim Green, now a bestselling author, has a new book that might resonate with students at a Central Arkansas school. “When I met Brett, I thought, what a courageous story,” Green said. A few years ago, he spoke at Central Arkansas Christian. There, he met Brett Bell, an eighth grader who was […]

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Whatever happened to: Ex-Falcon Tim Green

By I.J. Rosenberg – For the AJC Tim Green has done it all. He graduated summa cum laude from Syracuse University, has a law degree, is a best-selling author and has been a commentator for NFL football games on Fox. Oh, and he also played a little football for the Atlanta Falcons. A first-round choice […]

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Family Reading Night gets special speaker

‘Get in the Game’ with Hamburg School District’s upcoming Family Reading Night, 6:30 to 9 p.m. Friday, April 8. The Hamburg Middle School tradition started in 2005, and more recently expanded to include the entire district, will be full of fun activities for kids of every age, and their families as well. Librarians from every […]

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Tim Visits Riverton Middle School

Green writes sports-themed young adult novels. During this talk, he emphasized the importance of how reading can help students academically, calling reading “weight-lifting for the brain.” “Educators across the country know kids who read perform better in every academic subject. Not just English and social studies, but also science and math. It also builds compassion […]

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