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PuddlejumpersErnie Banks named for the legendary Chicago Cub shortstop is a troubled year old juvenile delinuent Abandoned on the doorstep of the Lakeside Home for Boys when he was three years old he's now considered a lifer a permanent ward of the state His only proof that he once belonged to somebody is a vintage Ernie Banks baseball card a crystal acorn he wears on a string around his neck and a strange spiral birthmark on the bottom of his rig. The first 34 of the book were intriguing and exciting but the big battle scene felt really flat I t

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Ht foot As a last reprieve before being sent to a juvenile detention facility Ernie is allowed to spend three weeks on a working farm When Ernie arrives at the home of Russ Frazier he learns that the widower's baby was kidnapped years before The single piece of evidence was a red uilt found in a puddle in the nearby woods Fascinated by the town's famous uilt Baby kidnapping Ernie is determined to solve the case He teams up with Joey a. Puddlejumpers by Mark Jean and Christopher Carlson This was in the teen section at my library I per

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summary Puddlejumpers ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ï ❮PDF❯ ✫ Puddlejumpers ✓ Author Mark Jean – Gym-apparel.co.uk Ernie Banks named for the legendary Chicago Cub shortstop is a troubled 13 year old juvenile delinuent Abandoned on the doorstep of the Lakeside Home for Boys when he was three years oLocal tomboy to investigate clues that lead them on a dangerous journey into a forbidden world of dark secrets magic puddles and the cavernous underground kingdom of the Puddlejumpers eleven inch tall water creatures with whom Ernie has a mysterious connectionWhen destiny summons Ernie must find the courage to save the Puddlejumpers from the Most Dark and lead them in battle against their mortal enemies Only then can he find his way ho. I picked this book up while browsing at the library and I definitely enjoyed reading it What I like