A hole in the world

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Scholastic Press, Jan 1, 2002 - Family & Relationships - 204 pages
Fifteen-year-old Paul Shackleford experiences an eye-opening and transformative summer living and working on the central Virginia farm belonging to a distant relative, where everyone seems to be haunted by the death of a much-loved and admired farmhand the year before.

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After telling a lie that grew in significance, 15-year-old Paul is sent to spend the summer with some distant relatives working on a farm - not the way the Richmond, Va., boy had planned his summer ... Read full review

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The setting is on a farm, and the main character is a kid named Paul. Paul lives with his relatives because he has been bad and lied to his parents. When Paul gets to the farm, he finds out his friend ... Read full review


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