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Camp Limestone

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4.2 out of 5
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Book Description
Camp Limestone

Jake Tanski is a troubled thirteen-year-old who faces a real dilemma in the summer of 2001: Should he spend the next school year at a military academy or at his Grandpa Nick's home in a sleepy town whose economy revolves around a limestone quarry? Despite the potential downside of living with his ex-military grandfather, Jake chooses this option as the lesser of two evils. See... More

Book Information
PublisherJourney Stone Creations Llc
Reading LevelAges 9-12
# of Pages104
Publication Date06/07/2006
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About Paul Kijinski (Author) : Paul Kijinski is a published author of children's books. A published credit of Paul Kijinski is Camp Limestone.
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