Oogo the Caveboy: Stories 1-2-3

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Christy Davis, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 37 pages
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Oogo was a small cave boy. He was seven summers old with long tangled dark brown hair and hazel green eyes. He wore a tiger skin and walked barefooted everywhere he went. Oogo lived with his father and mother in a large cave up on the side of a big mountain. Four other people lived in the cave with them. Oogo was the only child. Everyone helped find food and fight the big animals that came to eat them. They never let Oogo help . . . everyone thought that OOGO was too young.

There are 3 very very short stories WITH PICTURES for young kids who love to hear about and wonder what it might’ve been like to live in the prehistoric world.

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About the author (2011)

Christy Davis books are fiction and full of mystery, adventure, fun and excitement. They're thrilling, chilling, scary, spooky and funny. They're about treasure hunts, pirates, caves, mountain men, monsters, scary monsters, possessed houses, good ghosts, bad ghosts, girls, boys, dogs, cats, rats, bats, agents, secret agents, spies, kid reporters, good guys, bad guys, graveyards, cave boys, dinosaurs, saber-tooth tigers, notes in bottles, haunted mansions, secret passageways, stormy nights and action packed days. The kids find themselves jumping, running, being chased, running, hiding, falling, (a lot of screaming and running,) setting booby traps, spying on people, inventing things, reporting and writing stories, investigating, problem solving, and solving mysteries. They learn how to depend on each other. They attend funerals and weddings, blow up science labs, sword fight with pirates, build rafts, swim, dive off yard arms, capture ghosts, solve old mysteries, create fire and weapons, fish, play chess and still manage to stay alive so they can all come back again for part II.  These are fun filled, action packed, mystery adventures.

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