Igman is a promising young author that studies in Pure and applied Science at Champlain's College. At age 12, in 7th grade, Igman sent one of his completed writing assignments in to Scholastic; the manuscript was published that same year as Air Pollution in world’s cities, which became the first in a series. At 17, Igman received an Air Canada Award for promising authors in Canada. By the end of high school, he had published five books. At age 23, he had 11 books in print. Now 48, his books--more than 75 of them--have sold upwards of 7 million copies. One of his series, The Monday Night Football Club, was turned into the 4-season TV show "The Jersey" on the Disney Channel; Macdonald Hall, that series he started in 7th grade, was optioned as a TV show, but not produced.
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