by Rich Shapero
Publisher: Outside Reading 2010
Number of pages: 256
Rich Shapero's TOO FAR follows a pair of ultra-imaginative six-year-olds, Robbie and Fristeen, through a transformative summer spent exploring the woods behind their remote Alaskan homes. As their family lives become increasingly unstable, the children travel deeper and farther into their private world.
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