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by: Boxer Moon
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Publication Date: May 9, 2016
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 66
Binding: Perfect Bound
Color: Color
ISBN: 9781946812513

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Book Synopsis
In the heart of Georgia, a football player, Bo Creek accepts the challenge of a local banker. When his Grandpa's land is facing foreclosure, Bo Creek must hunt for an elusive whitetail buck that resides on Oglethorpe Estates. During his adventure Creek must rely on spirituality to lead him to manhood. Crazy Toes, the caretaker of the Estates, encourages Creek to disregard modern possessions and trust his instincts. Crazy Toes supplies Bo with key essentials for his quest. Creek must rely on his faith, to endure the most challenging hunt, that has ever occurred in Georgia.
Oglethorpe Estates captivates a boy's wild heart and a man's determination.
Geography enthusiasts can decipher clues that are discovered through Creek's journey.
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Customer Comments
Posted: January 1, 2017
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A great adventure story that demonstrates spirituality through nature.
About The Author
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Clayton Moon has been a public-school teacher for twenty-three years. During that time, he has entertained students with his outdoor stories. He sparks a child’s imagination, as he ventures into each tale, captivating his audience by using wild animals, reptiles, or birds as his main characters. He is married to Melinda Moon and has three children: Seth, Greylen, and Sara. His family supports his storytelling with ideas and illustrations. Being an avid outdoorsman, many of his tales are devised from his encounters in nature. He enjoys the spiritual tranquility found deep in the Georgia woods. Moon was named District Wide Teacher of the Year in 2008 and 2021. His students self-published a book in 2020 titled Sanna-Tizer Disinfects the Substitute: The Heroes’ Journey of a Teacher and Her 2nd Grade Students, which raised over $1,200 for local families affected by Covid-19. Clayton Moon currently lives in Thomaston, Georgia, and teaches for the Pike County School System
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