Tag: A Cautionary Tale

Tag A Cautionary Tale When Tommy knocks Franklin over and cries You s it he starts a game of Tag to end all games of Tag Before long boys gathering to play on Arabella Hill are consumed with the game picking sides forgi

  • Title: Tag: A Cautionary Tale
  • Author: JohnCollings
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 496
  • Format: None
  • When Tommy knocks Franklin over and cries You s it he starts a game of Tag to end all games of Tag Before long, boys gathering to play on Arabella Hill are consumed with the game, picking sides, forging allegiances and waging all out war In the process of the game, rules evolve, constitutions form, and lives are lost From the mind of John Collings comes a satirical aWhen Tommy knocks Franklin over and cries You s it he starts a game of Tag to end all games of Tag Before long, boys gathering to play on Arabella Hill are consumed with the game, picking sides, forging allegiances and waging all out war In the process of the game, rules evolve, constitutions form, and lives are lost From the mind of John Collings comes a satirical allegory about the clash of ideologies and what happens if this confrontation is never resolved In the battle of the playground, there is only one question that matters which team, will emerge victorious

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    1. If you didn’t get to play Tag UR it; when you were a kid I am very, very sorry. & yes either the bigger kids or the bullies made up the rules. Clubhouses weren’t those fun. Moving all over the US, Canada, & Mexico I quickly learned street/stick ball, & playing hoops till the lights went out on the inner-city parks. What a fabulous, fabulous book. Not sure really what age group this is for, but everyone of all ages ought to read it. I read so much into it, I suppose you’re not s [...]

    2. I enjoyed this book, I hope other people have the same opportunity I have had. Thank you for the book. I wish you luck.

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