Scout's Honor by Dori Ann DupréScout's Honor by Dori Ann Dupré

Scout's Honor

byDori Ann Dupré

Paperback | April 14, 2016

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A story of a self, lost…a self, loathed…and a self, rediscovered

In Haddleboro, North Carolina, Scout Webb is a 14 year-old kind, spirited small town southern girl and a tomboy much like her namesake, the young narrator from her mother’s favorite book. With both her name and her Christian faith deeply woven into the fabric of her identity, Scout always felt like she had a lot to live up to - she was the kind of girl who made her parents proud.

It's August 1983, and Scout is playing on a summer baseball team with Charlie Porter, her best friend since Kindergarten. More than anything, she is looking forward to her last few weeks at Camp Judah, a Christian camp near the Catawba River. She can’t wait to see her big crush “Brother Doug,” the thirty-two year old camp lifeguard who has watched her grow up each summer since she was seven years old. But after a few fateful days and one catastrophic event during her last day at the camp, Scout will be changed forever.

 

Title:Scout's HonorFormat:PaperbackDimensions:512 pages, 9 × 6 × 1.14 inPublished:April 14, 2016Publisher:Pen Name PublishingLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:194154195X

ISBN - 13:9781941541951

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"Scout's Honor thoroughly engages us from the moment we first meet the engaging Scout Webb, a sort of female Holden Caulfield whose lifelong struggles with love make a compelling read and teach us much. First-time novelist Dori Ann Dupré does a terrific job telling her story through an array of interesting characters while demonstrating a keen eye for detail and a true gift for exploring the joys, heartbreaks, complexities and deep truths of human relationships."-Mark Ethridge