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FIVE-STAR Review for PURE TRASH, The Story by Bette A. Stevens

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Shawn and Willie live in the woods.  Their family doesn’t have indoor water or a flush toilet yet, but they do have a TV.  The boys plan a great day together.  Activities on the agenda are straight out of the nineteen fifties.

On the other hand, the ugliness of human nature displayed here could be from any era, as the judgmental neighbors and degrading torments that come from others could take place in present time as well as way back then.

Young adults and Middle grade children will find this book to be an enjoyable quick read. Most children and adults as well can identify with the emotion displayed here.  We have all felt the sting of degrading remarks targeted at us for no other reason than another wants to shower their meanness in order to satisfy their own judgmental spirit.

Find out how a wonderful day takes a few…

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