Hometown, Day One

Hometown, Day One

John Dee

Philosophy / Nonfiction / Science

The 'Good Ol Days' were better. In the words of Jeremiah "Hogwash; Sinners have always been sinners, Bigots have always been bigots and the Righteous have always been both.A hundred and fifty years of our hometown seen through the eyes of Robert Porter.A few words to live by thrown in for fun along with love, caring and hope.My only book without potty wordsJohn DeeWhat's a car-mad dog to do?When Horace the dog learnt to drive, all the dogs in town copied him. He's their hero - but now the dogs are banned from driving, and the cats have challenged them to a race! Since Horace has no car, he decides to build his own. A lawnmower and a few bricks should do it...With a little help from his friends the stunt hamsters, Tickety and Boo, and the snooty snake Kimi, Horace gets his car on the road. But will it be fast enough to beat the cats?This sequel to PETROL PAWS is the second in the WHEElers series, but can also be read as a stand-alone book, packed with fun and four-wheeled action for ages 7 and over.
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