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Dirt Bike Runaway (Hardcover)

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Dirt Bike Runaway Christopher, Matt                        1 of 1
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Format: Hardcover
ISBN-10: 1599532158
ISBN-13: 9781599532158
Sku: 207497617
Publish Date: 8/1/2008
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 9H x 6.25L x 0.5T
Pages:  167
Age Range:  12 to 15
 
Murder was in the kid's eyes. (from the first line)
A shy, unhappy sixteen-year-old with a talent for working with motorcycles runs away from his foster home and gets involved with a variety of people, both bad and good.
From the Publisher:
Peter, a shy, unhappy sixteen-year-old with a talent for working with motorcycles runs away from his foster home and gets involved with a variety of people, both bad and good.
Annotation:
One of 16-year-old Peter's few joys in life is repairing and refurbishing old motorbikes. An orphan, Peter is unhappy living in his current foster home so he runs away. Will Peter be able to survive on his own?
Author Bio
Matt Christopher
Matt Christopher was a semiprofessional baseball player until an injury permanently benched him. His first book, THE LUCKY BASEBALL BAT, was published in 1954. Christopher's specialty is writing children's books with a sports theme--not just limited to his personal specialty, baseball, but also football, hockey, basketball, and a variety of other sports. His more recent works, while still focusing on a sports theme, have also added elements of mystery, fantasy, and the supernatural.
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