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More Than Dust in the Wind (Masterson Family Series) (Volume 2)

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4 out of 5
Based on 11 Ratings and 11 Reviews

Book Description
The saga of Bambi continues as the young basketball player steps up to the college level. Later, the end of his scholastic days brings new changes and challenges as he enters the playing court of adult life. He discovers his enthusiasm, energy, and talent aren't always enough to win this game. A new friend introduces him to the Evolution debate, and Bambi begins a new chapter in his life as he bec... More
Book Information
PublisherSword of the Spirit Publishing
BindingPaperback
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages208
ISBN-100615214371
ISBN-13978-0615214375
Publication Date10/30/2013
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About Donald James Parker (Author) : I'm a computer programmer by day and a novelist by night. Visit my website at http://donaldjamesparker.com?jf to check out my eleven novels and potentially download a free ebook version.
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9/8/2008 Donald James Parker said: A coming of middle-age story involving the evolution debate and featuring girl's high school track and cross country.
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