Nine-year-old Bobby Fieldstone has everything a kid could possibly want, except for his father's attention. In the dynamic new children's book Stone's Throw Away, Bobby is a child crying out for love. While his Dad stays busy on his cell phone and computer, precocious young Bobby gets into mischief. When Dad finally takes notice after Bobby's latest prank, it's only to send his son away as punishment. The book is about the cultural differences and family values Bobby learns as a result of staying at the home of one of his father's African-American employees. Bobby lives in an exclusive subdivision just outside Detroit, but he learns an important life lesson by spending a week in the inner city. He comes to appreciate what he has at home as well as what can be found only a Stone's Throw Away.He has a Playstation 3, an Xbox 360, a DSi XL, and a Wii. He has so many video games he never has to play the same one twice, unless of course he wants to. He has an army of ... He has an aircraft carrier that glides around the bathtub or pool by remote control. He even has a ... Bobbya#39;s favorite toy of all is a pair of 900x triple zoom, zircon-encased, ion-charged long range binoculars. He can see faranbsp;...
|Title||:||Stone's Throw Away|
|Author||:||Ben Clement, Norman Lopatin|
|Publisher||:||Strategic Book Publishing - 2012-09-01|