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Baartock

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Author: Lewis Roth
Published: 1989
Language: English
Wordcount: 22,154 / 67 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 91.6
LoC Category: PZ
Downloads: 2,212
mnybks.net#: 6014
Origin: gutenberg.org
License: ©

This book is directed at children, up to about third grade, though it should be read to them by an adult.

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trollish reason, Baartock's mother hadn't told him not to talk with strangers, or not to go anywhere with them. Maybe it was because she didn't think that he would ever get the chance. But, Baartock knew that he was supposed to be scaring someone, not talking to them. Or going in a car with them.

Because he had stayed up in the woods until today, Baartock had never seen a car. He didn't know a car was, or what it looked like. He certainly had never ridden in one, but he liked this thing they got into. Mr. Fennis was neat about most things, but his car was a mess. The paint was scratched, one of the fenders was dented, and on the floor were some paper coffee cups and soda cans. On the back seat were seven over-due library books, an overflowing litter bag, a couple of cans of oil, which should have been in the trunk, and some plastic tubing for a science project. To Baartock, it looked just like home. He was busy looking around when Mr. Fennis started the engine and began to drive off. Then Baartock went

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