Wild Boy

Author: Rob Lloyd Jones
Publisher: Candlewick Press
ISBN: 0763662526
Format: PDF
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Turned into a sideshow freak, Wild Boy, an abandoned child covered with hair, develops deductive skills while being dragged throughout the underworld of Victorian London before he is wrongly accused of murder.

Wild Boy

Author: Mary Losure
Publisher: Candlewick Press
ISBN: 0763656690
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Presents the story of the feral boy known as the Savage of Aveyron, discovered in the mountain wilderness of Southern France in the late 18th century, and describes the attempts led by Paris physician Jean Marc Gaspard Itard to civilize him.

Sideswiped

Author: Lia Riley
Publisher: Forever
ISBN: 1455585769
Format: PDF
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One of those books I wish I could read for the first time again . . . It's beautiful, heart-wrenching, and something that everyone needs to read for themselves." -BooksbyMigs.com on Upside Down It was only meant to last the summer . . . Talia Stolfi has seen more than her share of loss in her twenty-one years. But then fate brought her Bran Lockhart, and her dark world was suddenly and spectacularly illuminated. So if being with Bran means leaving her colorless SoCal life for rugged and wild Australia, then that's what she'll do. But as much as Talia longs to give herself over completely to a new beginning, the fears of her past are still lurking in the shadows. Bran Lockhart knows that living without the beautiful girl who stole his heart will be torment, so he'll take whatever time with her he can. But even though she has packed up her life in California and is back in his arms for the time being, she can't stay forever. And the remaining time they have together is ticking by way too fast. Though fate seems determined to tear them apart, they won't give up without a fight-because while time may have limits, their love is infinite . . . Book 2 in the OFF THE MAP series

Wild Boy

Author: Andy Taylor
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
ISBN: 0446546062
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Wild Boy is the explosive first inside account of the rise and fall of Duran Duran. The band rose to conquer the globe with a string of unforgettable hits such as "Rio," "Hungry Like the Wolf," and "The Reflex." With Simon Le Bon as their frontman, they were the defining pop act of the 1980s, but Andy Taylor, the enigmatic lead guitarist, is widely acknowledged to have been their musical driving force. Then, at the very height of their achievement in 1985, Duran Duran imploded. Now Andy shares the story of what went wrong. With searing honesty, he charts every moment of Duran Duran's roller-coaster rise from their early days as club musicians through to international superstardom. He captures the glamour and excitement of the band's epic video shoots and the opulence of their world tours. He reveals the truth about the allegations of drug abuse and wild hedonism that dogged Duran Duran. Packed with more than twenty-five years worth of rock 'n' roll anecdotes, Andy tells of his time in the band The Power Station, and explains why Duran Duran reformed with its original line-up in 2003. But Wild Boy is also a moving story on a human level, as Andy describes how the pressures of fame took a terrible personal toll on him and his family. Moving from hilarious to harrowing at the turn of a page, WILD BOY is a must-read for anyone who lived through the 1980s, or who cares about music.

Wild Boy

Author: James Lincoln Collier
Publisher: Marshall Cavendish
ISBN: 9780761451266
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Wild Boy is a Marshall Cavendish publication.

Wildboy

Author: Brando Yelavich
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 1743486960
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Fast going off the rails and hanging out with the wrong crowd, Brando Yelavich, a plucky 20-year-old from Auckland's North Shore, decided he needed to change his life. He needed a mission. He was going to walk around New Zealand. Brando reached Cape Reinga on 23 August 2014 after a gruelling journey of almost 8000 kilometres, traversed completely on foot over more than 600 days - the first time it had been done. It was an outlandish odyssey of physical and mental fortitude. He slept under the stars and lived off the land. He almost drowned on several occasions and experienced near-hypothermia. He gained 20 kilograms. But the transformation ran much deeper. As much for fans of Bear Grylls or Cheryl Strayed's Wild as it is for those of the off-the-grid outdoors Kiwi experience, Wildboy is a ripping adventure story with an inspiring life change at its heart.

Wild Boy

Author: Nancy Springer
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101563486
Format: PDF, ePub
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Ever since the Sheriff of Nottingham killed his father, Rook has run wild in Sherwood Forest, dreaming of his day for vengeance. Finally, he has found his chance. Not with the sheriff himself, but with the evil man’s son, snared by one of the mantraps his own father planted to catch outlaws such as Rook. Filled with clashes of sword and emotion, this page-turning installment in Nancy Springer’s Tales of Rowan Hood series will leave readers eager to return to Sherwood, where outlaws are often innocent, and survival is no game.

The Wild Boy of Aveyron

Author: Harlan Lane
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 9780674953000
Format: PDF, ePub
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A full account of Dr. Jean-Marc Itard's work, in the early 1800s, with Victor, who had lived wild for twelve years, and of the resulting educational, psychological, anthropological, and philosophical controversies and changes

Wildboy To The Edge and Back

Author: Brando Yelavich
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 0143771345
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Brando 'Wildboy' Yelavich stunned us all when he circumnavigated the entire coast of New Zealand completely on foot over 600 days. But he left out the hardest bit - Stewart Island. Over 31 days, Brando took on one of the hardiest and most unforgiving parts of our wild country. And this time, completely solo. Experiencing epic highs, the lows hit Brando just as hard. A notebook he carried along the way charts the brutality of the island's landscape. Caught in a biting wind, with hail and snow swirling around, one entry begins: 'Just in case this is the last thing I ever write, I want everybody to know how much I love them. This is my last hurrah - I enjoyed it all so much.' To the Edge and Back is an exhilarating, nail-biting account of the Brando's solo exploration of the Deep South. An adventure tale of grit and determination, practical survival guide and inspirational story about chasing your dreams, it's the perfect read for any armchair adrenalin junky.