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If rock and roll were a machine : a novel

Author: Terry Davis
Publisher: Spokane : Eastern Washington University Press, 2003.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : State or province government publication : Secondary (senior high) school : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The guidance of two adults and his interest in motorcycles and writing help high school junior Bert Bowden regain the sense of self that had been destroyed by his fifth-grade teacher.
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Juvenile works
Juvenile fiction
Material Type: Fiction, Government publication, State or province government publication, Secondary (senior high) school
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Terry Davis
ISBN: 0910055866 9780910055864 0440219086 9780440219088
OCLC Number: 51330424
Description: 174 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Albert Bowden Gives His Word --
Parting Ways --
Bert Gives His Word Again --
Too Chickenshit to Live --
Everything Changes --
Bert Keeps His Word --
Scott Shepard Meets Bert's Father and Resolves to Return a Kindness --
Bert Keeps His Word Again --
Reflection --
Bowdenland --
Young Mr. Bowden --
Gramp and Gram --
Lucky Bert Bowden --
"Though Much is Taken, Much Abides" --
Peckered --
The Most Important Thing to do with Bert Bowden --
Term of Endearment --
Camille Shepard Embraces His Father --
He Hath Borne me on His Back a Thousand Times --
Not a Harley Guy --
The Second Best Thing --
Bert Joins the Club --
Bert Bashes His Head --
It Ain't Magic --
Waiver of Responsibility --
Letting it go --
Phantom Pleasure, Phantom Pain --
A Norton Guy --
Bert Bowden Calling --
Young Mr. Bowden Strikes Back --
If Rock and Roll Were a Machine.
Responsibility: by Terry Davis.

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The guidance of two adults and his interest in motorcycles and writing help high school junior Bert Bowden regain the sense of self that had been destroyed by his fifth-grade teacher.

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