A collection of short stories reminiscent of storytelling from a bygone era. Some are edifying, some are adventurous, but all are designed to establish the positive theme for young teens that knowledge and cooperation can overcome distrust and suspicion, and potentially lead to friendship.
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The DoubleHandled Sugar Bowl
Tamika Goes West
Beneath the Seas Sands
The Castle Wall
Paul and David Take a Ride
The Towns Secret
Map It Out
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