125th Street Prophet

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Trafford Publishing, Nov 1, 2003 - Fiction - 135 pages
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  • Bill Babcock has a painful injury which he can tell no one about. The reader feels at once sympathetic and tickled.
  • With the promise of a treat from a friend, Bejingles, rain foils the whole pleasure.
  • The poignant story of Bill and his pet, an infant owl.
  • Bill Babcock is stunned and thunderstruck by information given to him by a lady he admires.
  • Bill's experiences in Sunday School are good in extracurricular activities and terrible in attendance.
  • Jake, Bill's brother, seen at his aggravating best.
  • A fishing trip is almost fatal for Bill Babcock.
  • Bill is what is called "air-minded" and the comedy team of Laurel and Hardy make an unexpected appearance.
  • Bill and Jake are quarantined and live elsewhere and get in the worst trouble of their lives.
  • Not fully understanding the trolley system, Bill has to walk ten miles to get home and becomes lost.
  • The most poignant chapter as Bill and friends encounter a pair of cruel teenagers.
 

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Contents

Chapter One
1
Chapter Two
11
Chapter Three
20
Chapter Four
28
Chapter Five
42
Chapter Six
57
Chapter Seven
66
Chapter Eight
80
Chapter Nine
93
Chapter Ten
106
Chapter Eleven
123
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