How Me and John Clayton Saved the World Richard Mason

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Published: May 30th 2013

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How Me and John Clayton Saved the World  by  Richard  Mason

How Me and John Clayton Saved the World by Richard Mason
May 30th 2013 | ebook | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | | ISBN: | 5.41 Mb

As a young boy, Richard Mason lived the life of the paperboy, ‘Richard, in the novel. His interactions with the people in the small town of Norphlet, Arkansas, and the surrounding woods and swamps, form the basis of his seven-book Richard, theMoreAs a young boy, Richard Mason lived the life of the paperboy, ‘Richard, in the novel. His interactions with the people in the small town of Norphlet, Arkansas, and the surrounding woods and swamps, form the basis of his seven-book Richard, the Paperboy series. It was a time of brown, sunburned feet and shirtless summers, when a boy’s only entertainment was his imagination.

This book recounts the tale of how Richard and his best friend John Clayton saved the world.PRAISE FOR RICHARD MASONS PREVIOUS BOOKS“….The Red Scarf is a wonderful Tom Sawyer type of adventure with all the background, humor and whimsy of that notable work.”- D. Blankenship (The Ozarks, USA)“[The Red Scarf]…is absolutely amazing in its capturing a time and place that has long since passed. The ending is perfect. I would recommend it to readers of all ages.

Richard Mason may well be this generations Mark Twain.”- Edwin B Alderson“Lyin Like A Dog is a well written and highly entertaining story of young boys growing up in the South in the 1940s….This novel has some of the same feel as a couple of highly acclaimed novels set a hundred years before - Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn.”- S.Peek (Rocky Mountains, USA)“Lyin’ Like a Dog is cheerful and mischievous little work that has an old world charm and playfulness ala the adventures of Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer.”- Brian Wallace (Author)“….I particularly enjoyed their Tom Sawyer-like adventures told in the childish vernacular of the narrator, Richard Mason.”- Betty L.

Dravis (Silicon Valley, CA)“….He is a poor boy from rural Arkansas in 1945, a kind of son-of-Tom-Sawyer.”- David Bryson (Derbyshire, England)



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