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Armistead, Cal.
New York : Albert Whitman, 2013

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He wakes up in Penn Station not knowing who he is or how he got there.  All he knows is that he is carrying a copy of Thoreau's Walden.  He decides that he can't tell anyone that he is lost.  After all, he doesn't know what is going on.  When asked his name, he looks at the book and adopts the name Henry David.  Now he is running from drug dealers and the police.  The only place he thinks he may be safe is Walden Pond in Massachusetts.  So off he goes to try to discover who he is and why he is alone in a strange city.

SUBJECTS:     Amnesia -- Fiction.
                        Street children -- Fiction.
                        Thoreau, Henry David, 1817-1862. Walden -- Fiction.
                        Runaways -- Fiction.
                        Family problems -- Fiction.
                        Guilt -- Fiction.
                        New York (N.Y.) -- Fiction.
                        Concord (Mass.) -- Fiction.

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