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The Missing Clock

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Nasara, Mai

Sense & Century Enterprise

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Juvenile literature-Boys-Clocks-Family life-Gardening-Fiction


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I'm 9... and heir to a fortune. This is the story of how I made my parents rich - very rich. He was 4 - a bright and boisterous boy - when he arrived at an original idea. It all began when he wanted many more of something he really liked, to share. He overheard adults talk about how to multiply things and, immediately, dug into action - well ahead of everybody. When hard times came calling on the Tobe family, their son seemed to have buried - with his dream of many more - their only hope for the rainy day. Now 9, he sets out to piece together the story - with the help of his parents and the other adults - a full half decade later. Meet, here, the unlikely hero - Banji - at his bragging best: I promise: When you come to the end of the tale you will say, 'What a timely story!' Happily for all, Banji's folly at four and the fortunate future that followed for his family are two very different things.
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