By Gary Paulsen
A younger boy spends his 10th summer time on his aunt and uncle’s farm, the place he's continuously concerned with loopy escapades together with his cousin Harris. “On the Larson farm, readers will adventure hearts as huge as farmers’ appetites, humor as wide because the nation panorama and adventures as wild as boyhood imaginations. All this provides as much as a hearty supporting of out of date, rip-roaring entertainment.”--Publishers Weekly
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