How I Became a Fisherman Named Pete

How I Became a Fisherman Named Pete

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Tom (who becomes a fisherman named Pete), the young protagonist of David Spencer's first novel, might well ask himself, as Hillel did in the First Century: If I am not for myself, who is for me? Sympathetic readers will want to tell Tom: Please don't trust people so much. Stop taking up for life's castaways and casualties, you'll be a casualty yourself!aquot;Keeper size is five inches. Measure ... He gave me a thick leather glove and a pair of crab tongs to use to grab them. aquot;Right, aquot; I said. ... The leather glove had a missing little finger, so I had to squeeze my first two fingers together. My hand ... I measured the crabs by the length of their lateral spines and sorted them by size.

Title:How I Became a Fisherman Named Pete
Author: David Spencer
Publisher:Baskerville Pub - 2003

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