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What Happened to Tad

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Tad is determined to run off secretly with the child. His mind is set, and the dangers ahead are no deterrent to his obstinate will and unchecked pride. Tad's troubles mount as cruel Foxy, the drunken old sea master, relentlessly pursues him. What will it take for Tad to learn that getting his own way does not always mean happiness or prosperity? You'll find out when you s ...more
Hardcover, 192 pages
Published by Lamplighter Publishing
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Manning
Tad is a mischievous young boy who is hated by his step mother. One day, he decides to get revenge on his evil step mother by taking his baby brother out from her until night time. Bad idea. He left the baby with gypsies so he could go and see if anyone was sending a search party for him. Another bad idea! When he comes back and finds that the baby is gone and so are the gypsies, he decides that he cannot face his stepmother. So he runs away. Then he spends the night on the beach and in the morn ...more
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