I Tell a Lie Every So Often by Bruce Clements

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Bruce Clements is also the author of many other books, including Tom Loves Anna Loves Tom, an ALA Best Book for Young Adults. He lives in Windham, Connecticut.

 

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Bruce Clements is the author of "I Tell a Lie Every So Often," a National Book Award Finalist, and its sequel, "A Chapel of Thieves," which was a "Washington Post "Best Book of the Year. The author is a board member of the Children's Law Center of Connecticut, to which all royalties from this book will be donated.
 
Published September 1, 2001 by Sunburst. 160 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The lie fourteen-year-old Henry tells that ""made a lot of things happen"" in 1848 concerns rumors of a red-haired girl living with a tribe of Indians, and because of it his older brother Clayton takes him on a quest by riverboat, mule, horse and foot in search of a cousin who disappeared nine ye...

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Fourteen-year-old Henry tells a casual lie that raises his older brother's suspicions that their cousin might be living among Indians in the Dakota Territory; the lie ends up sending him and h

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Fourteen-year-old Henry tells a casual lie that raises his older brother's suspicions that their cousin might be living among Indians in the Dakota Territory;

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