Several Utah schools are using a new web site created by a Provo teacher, called mightauthors.com, to publish their own books, reports the Salt Lake Tribune. More than 200 Utah schools now use the web site, which allows students to create and then print out their own books either on loose paper for free or as soft- or hard-cover books for a fee, said Chris Wilcox, the company's founder. Wilcox, a fifth-grade teacher at Provo's Lakeview Elementary School, said he decided to create the site after attending an online book publishing presentation a couple years ago. He saw the potential

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