Rhyming Boy: A Novel: Easyread Comfort Edition
father [fah'dh-] n. 1. someone who is meant to live with you, answer your questions, NOT watch soaps and most importantly take you to father-son events. Jayden Hayden, wordsmith, a.k.a rhyming boy, doesn't have a dad - just a mum obsessed with Jayden Finch, the footballer, and an embarrassing name that gets him teased. When a school father-son day is announced, Jaydens quest for answers becomes a puzzle he needs to solve, and quickly. Could Jayden Finch be more than just a footballer? With the help of his an-answer-to-every-question friend Saskia, aims to track down his namesake and his father all in one go. From the award-winning poet and author, Steven Herrick, comes a novel about a young boys search for family, friendship and well footballers.
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