by Alan Cupp
When eleven-year-old JT set out on his bike one morning toward Mill House Road, all he anticipated was a thrilling ride down the steepest and longest piece of road in the county. The experience ranked high on JT's list of favorite summer time activities. His only worry was keeping Mom from finding out about his trip down the seldom-traveled hill, miles from any populated area. However, things don't always go as anticipated.
After a disappointing and painful encounter with a pothole, JT finds himself alone, battered, and miles from home with a broken bicycle. On his way home, JT stops at Hatter's Creek Bridge to wash off some of the blood and dirt, hoping to mask the truth of his ill-fated journey. When he witnesses a car accident at the opposite end of the bridge, JT is plunged into the role of rescuer. To save the car's occupants, JT must face the dangerous current of Hatter's Creek, fatigue, hunger, an ill-tempered dog, and his worst fear: a dirty diaper.
Book Length: Mini
Word Count: 11,335
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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 27 February, 2012.