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A biography of an writer whose diversified reports supplied history for lots of of his event tales, old novels, activities books, and nature tales.

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Told him to think about what he had planned to do and ho w badly he w ould be treated if he tried it again. He said if Gary said he w as sorry and promised not to steal again, he could ride in the car—otherwise, he w ould ha ve to walk back to town. But Gary was stubborn and pulled his light jacket close against his body with his hands jammed in the pockets. J. followed him in the car. Gary’s hands and feet were so cold they were numb—but in spite of the freezing weather, Gary was determined to not say he was sorry.

Rom w arned Gary not to go in because it w as dark and dangerous in there. The description of the ca ve only enticed Gary and he scrambled off the bik e and be gan exploring before Rom could stop him. Just inside the ca ve he found bones of what he thought could ha ve been a Filipino army of ficer who had died. Gary w as frightened, but his sense of adventure overtook him. q 3/27/02 10:07 AM Page 36 36 GARY PAULSEN him, Gary rushed forw ard to e xplore a passage way he saw at the back of the ca ve.

Rom w arned Gary not to go in because it w as dark and dangerous in there. The description of the ca ve only enticed Gary and he scrambled off the bik e and be gan exploring before Rom could stop him. Just inside the ca ve he found bones of what he thought could ha ve been a Filipino army of ficer who had died. Gary w as frightened, but his sense of adventure overtook him. q 3/27/02 10:07 AM Page 36 36 GARY PAULSEN him, Gary rushed forw ard to e xplore a passage way he saw at the back of the ca ve.

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