Each month, Green Apple presents a “Book of the Month.” This is a newly published book that we are really excited to share. We like these books so much that we guarantee that you will like it or your money back.
For a change, the Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data says it best; this book is about:
1. Child Cartographers - Montana - Fiction.
2. Voyages and Travels - Fiction.
3. Continental Divides - Fiction.
4. Sparrows - Fiction.
5. Beetles - Tiger Monk Beetles - Fiction.
6. Girls - Girls Who Like Pop Music - Fiction.
And Also: 7. Whiskey Drinking - Fiction. 8. Rifles - 1886 Winchester Short Rifle .40-82 cal. - Fiction. 9. The Smithsonian Institution - Fiction. 10. The Megatherium Club - Fiction. 11. Hobos - Fiction. 12. Hobo Signs - Fiction. 13. The Resilience of Memory - Fiction. 14. The Oregon Trail Video Game for the Apple IIGS - Fiction. 15. Many Worlds Theory - Fiction. 16. Honey Nut Cheerios - Fiction. 17. Smiles - Duchenne Smiles - Fiction. 18. Lanyards - Fiction. 19. Food Pouches - Fiction. 20. The Inheritance of History - Fiction. 21. Inertia - Fiction. 22. Wormholes - Midwestern Wormholes - Fiction. 23. Mustaches - Fiction. 24. Parallel Longing - Fiction. 25. Moby-Dick - Fiction. 26. Mediocrity - Fiction. 27. Rules - The Three-Second Rule.
Those are just a few of the many aspects that make this book work so well. Plus, there's the appeal of watching a genius kid hopping a freight train and seeing the world for the first time. And there are the wonderful illustrations by Ben Gibson & Reif Larson lining the margins of this book. Our heartiest recommendation awaits those in search of a fun, creative novel.
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