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  • Younger, Marshal.
     
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  • Politics, Practical -- Juvenile fiction.
     
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  • Conduct of life -- Juvenile fiction.
     
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  • Christian life -- Juvenile fiction.
     
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  • Honesty -- Juvenile fiction.
     
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  • Municipal finance -- Juvenile fiction.
     
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  • War stories.
     
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    The fight for Kidsboro / by Marshal Younger.
    by Younger, Marshal.
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    Carol Stream, IL : Tyndale House Publishers, Inc., c2011.
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  • Politics, Practical -- Juvenile fiction.
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  • Conduct of life -- Juvenile fiction.
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  • Christian life -- Juvenile fiction.
  •  
  • Honesty -- Juvenile fiction.
  •  
  • Municipal finance -- Juvenile fiction.
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  • War stories.
  • ISBN: 
    9781589976757 (alk. paper) :
    1589976754 (alk. paper)
    Series: 
    Younger, Marshal. Kidsboro ; 1-4.
    Adventures in Odyssey.
    Description: 
    312 pages ; 23 cm.
    Contents: 
    Battle for control -- The rise and fall of the Kidsborian Empire -- The creek war -- The risky reunion.
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    Battle for control: Ryan Cummings, the mayor of Kidsboro, is losing control of his town, but when a new mayor takes over and things begin to get out of hand, it is Ryan the citizens depend on to make things right again.
    The rise and fall of the Kidsborian Empire: When two boys make up a fake lawsuit, Kidsboro's economy goes into a tailspin, and Ryan must live with the fear that a new boy will reveal a dangerous secret from his past.
    The creek war: mayor of Kidsboro, leads his town to war against Max Darby's Bettertown, in this story about loyalty, forgiveness, and learning to live together in peace.
    The risky reunion: Kidsboro mayor Ryan Cummings gets an annual budget passed but soon nearly everyone in town is unhappy, due either to the high taxes they are expected to pay, or to the services on which their money is being spent.
    Audience: 
    Ages 8 and up.
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