Skipping Stones at the Center of the Earth

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Cedar Fort, Aug 1, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 241 pages
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Calvin Comet Cobble's life is out of his control. From the horrible orphanage at the very center of the earth to his red hair he's stuck. But when he meets Mr. E, who can skip a stone clear across Lake Arctic, everything about Cal's life changes. Told with wit and humor, this book is guaranteed to charm readers of all ages.

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User Review  - jwitt33 - LibraryThing

Poor Calvin Comet Cobble is a 12 year old redheaded boy who lives at an orphanage in the middle of the earth, on an island called Robert, with a population of 521, otherwise known as "the forgotten ... Read full review

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User Review  - summerskris - LibraryThing

Cal is no hero. He regrets not taking action in the past, and he suffers form discrimination because of his hair color. He's learned not to talk back to adults because he's always dealt swift and ... Read full review

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