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Author Bev Irwin a.k.a. Kendra James

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Remembering everything you might need for a camping trip is a big challenge there is gear, food, tools, skills, maps, plans, backup plans, and more. Don't scramble at the last minute to get ready; be that person who is always prepared for anything. Why rely on others because you forgot something or because you lack skills to take care of yourself? You can be confident that you have everything you need and always know what to [...]
 
Whose Boy Are You? - A Memoir of a Young Boy by Charles Frankhauser
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The Boy from Buzby Beach by DW Davis
Summer is when teenagers get to sleep late, spend lazy days on the beach, and hangout with their friends, unless your mom owns the only coffee shop on the island. Then summer means getting up before the sun and getting the job done. It also means meeting some interesting characters, including some cute girls. Just ask Jacques, the Boy from Buzby Beach.
 
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A Relative Invasion - The trilogy by Rosalind Minett
In this coming-of-age wartime trilogy, the relationship between two young cousins mirrors the emotions that led Hitler to power: the desire for territory and dominance. 1937 London. With WWII on the horizon, the Wilson cousins meet and trouble begins. Well-meaning Billy is no match for talented but devious Kenneth, who begins his invasion of Billy's life. As the Wilson boys jockey for adult approval Kenneth's porcelain looks [...]
 
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The Camping Guy by Dianne Greenlay
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The Widow's Son by Bruce Steinberg
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Me & Jay by W. Royce Adams
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The Boy Who Walked A Way by Nancy Janes
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TRIBAL by Robert Everhart
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Initiation (A Harem Boy's Saga Book 1) by Young
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Debauchery (A Harem Boy's Saga Book 3) by Young
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