Baby Grape and the River Folk

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Mill City Press, Incorporated, 2008 - Fiction - 220 pages
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The adventures continue in this story with more of the events that plague the 'crew.' Having returned home to Pittsburgh, after months on the road, Toby learns that his mother and sisters have had to move downriver to stay with his aunt, which (again) leaves Toby homeless, with four mouths to feed! Old problems resurface, as do enemies, and Toby is again on the run to keep him and the others out of harm's way. There is no escaping as events unfold, separating Toby and Jane from the others and they are forced to find ways to survive on their own. Each of the characters face their own problems -- some life threatening, as deathly sicknesses, revenge driven enemies, and unforeseen tragedies fill the pages and lives of your favorite characters. Love and shame, friendship, and the need for others, make this Toby sequel something you won't want to miss. New immigrants -- and pure dumb luck, add to Toby's arsenal of friends, and begin the setting of something big in the future for the 'River Folk.' So why not join the crew?

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