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Sins of the Fathers

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4 out of 5
Based on 4 Ratings and 4 Reviews

Book Description


It's your team or your family or your neighborhood or your church, or maybe just yourself and two other guys. But you have to be able to count on each other, or you can't count on anything at all.

My guys are Skitz Fitzsimmons, who's daffy as a box of frogs, and Hector Fossas, who could pass for Jesus' stronger, tougher, holier brother. I'd stack my guys against anybody's. ... More
Book Information
PublisherHarperTeen
BindingHardcover (4 editions)
Reading LevelYoung Adults
# of Pages240
ISBN-10B001G8WFNU
Publication Date09/01/2006
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About Chris Lynch (Author) : Chris Lynch is a published author of children's books and young adult books. Some of the published credits of Chris Lynch include The Big Game of Everything, Cyberia, Inexcusable.
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7/7/2007 Jack O'Rourke said:
In all strata of life, in every neighborhood, and every ethnicity, there seem to be common rites of passage that all boys must wend their way through in one style or another. Girls will have their own rites of passage, in some ways similar, other ways not. The rites endure, though the threats chan... more

tags: parochial school, rites-of-passage, MG novel

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