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When his mother gives him a garden plot for his tenth birthday, Jackson Jones hopes to earn enough money to buy a basketball, but all he seems to get is trouble.
“Smart, snappy dialogue and characters both funny and admirable.”—Kirkus Reviews
“Quattlebaum’s first person narrative hooks readers at the start with his humorous street-smart style.”—Publishers Weekly
“A promising first novel, this is fresh, sweet, and vigorous—a real daisy.”—The Bulletin
A Bulletin Blue Ribbon Book
A Parenting Best Children’s Book
From the Trade Paperback edition.
Posted April 8, 2013
Quickly climb up a tree and swiftly kills a bird. Next she sees a squirrel on the next tree she jumps on to the next tree and quietly crreps up and kills the squirrel. She two mice coming out of their nests so she creeps up from behind and grabs both of them one in each claw she quickly snaps the necks. Last she creeeps around the forest and sees a rabbit leaving its burrow so she quickly climbs up a tree and drops from behind cracking its neck in one swift bite
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Posted March 29, 2013