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More Adventures Of Junior
by Randall Roberson   

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Category: 

Humor

Publisher:  Create Space ISBN-10:  1441458913
Pages: 

42

Copyright:  March, 2009 ISBN-13:  9781441458919

Follow the childhood humor and antics of four year old, Junior Snobcopper as he has more adventures and humor along with his pet dachshund Marbles.

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In this sequel there is more humor involved as Junior, Marbles his pet dachshund and family have their first campout. With noises at night, strange visitors and a bird which seems to talk the laughter continues. Befriended by fellow camper Gerald Roberts, Junior and his family encounter their first fishing trip while Junior learns the do's and don'ts about a spinning reel.


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After a few moments of digging at the hole, Marbles turned to face us and sat down. No one had to tell Marbles anything about the hole, because Mr. Crawfish told him all he needed to know. His sudden yelp, and continued yelping as he circled round and round, showed us what was wrong. The crawfish had taken a pincher and grabbed Marbles on his hip. Finally, he sat down and began to bite at the annoying crawfish, managing to get him off the hip, and onto his nose. This time his yelp was much louder, but with an extreme shaking of his head, the crawfish was unlatched and sent out into the lake. Marbles, barking at the lake and sometimes whining a little, came to Junior and sat down on his feet. The suddenness of Marbles encounter, and the circling he had done, had caused Junior to spin around watching him. Junior had become dizzy and had fallen down, but had sat up just before Marbles came to lay on his feet.
Marbles was licking two wound areas, his hip and his nose, neither of which was any way serious, but Junior insisted that I look at him to make sure he was alright. Mother had enjoyed every moment of this mishap of Marbles, and was still laughing as she helped Junior up so I could get a better look at Marbles. He was fine like I had told Junior.
Then Junior said to Marbles, “You might had better stuck close to me boy, me not knows you about to be attackted by sumpin’. Me guesses us are pwaying like us cowboys an’ dwaggon swayers.”



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More Adventures Of Junior
This is a very sweet, enjoyable book. You don't label it as children's, and certainly I think it's just as likely to be read with pleasure by adults, who will appreciate its humour. Junior is a very cute little boy. His speech is just right for his age, and many of his mistakes are funny, such as when he asks how many horses he is to hold. You have drawn him as a very real child, saying and doing things four year olds do and say, and with a friendly, lovable nature. Marbles, the dog, is a great companion for him, and adds a lot to your story, since we can often listen as Junior talks to him; and his antics are also amusing. I enjoyed reading this book, which I think ought to be very successful.
Gerry McCullough


More Adventures Of Junior
Your book would make a brilliant children's TV series! Well written, amazing speech and the dog, of course! What's not to love. Good luck with this, it should do well here. Jim D

More Adventures Of Junior
There's nothing like memories to trigger the literary gems that nestle within our subconscious. And this is certainly what has happened with you. It's like a muse that is sitting there just waiting, and when you give it the go signal, it just comes out. And comes out like a stream of consciousness, and in your case in a beautiful stream of prose, filled with imagery and description and things we can all relate to. Which is really what most people want to read about : things they feel comfortable with and can say, well, yes, that's just what I would have done. And you do this so beautifully.

Sheila Mary Taylor


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