Welcome to Kidsboro. It has a church, a police station, a store, a bakery, a weekly newspaper, even a jail. The citizens are all under 14 years of age. The ramshackle town sits in the woods behind the house of founder Ryan Cummings, 12. It started as a school project, then took on a life of its own. The population has mushroomed from 5 to 29. Kidsboro has a chief of police, lawyers, a newspaper reporter, an insurance man, and one perplexed mayor. That's Ryan. Book Specs
He may not be a mayor for long. Valerie wants to change the rules. "If I don't get what I want," she says, I'm gonna take over this town and run you out." The peace of Kidsboro is about to be disturbed.
This book shows how rules, such as the Ten Commandments, help us to live a more productive life, and create a more peaceful and godly society.
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Publisher: Review & Herald Publishing Association