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Benjamin and the Big Game. ISBN 9780865510227 (978-0-86551-022-7) Softcover, Corinthian Pr, 1983. Find signed collectible books: 'Benjamin and the Big Game'. Cleveland is a warm, fuzzy place. ISBN 9780865510036 (978-0-86551-003-6) Softcover, Corinthian Press, 1986. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. Coauthors & Alternates. Learn More at LibraryThing. Dave Cockley at LibraryThing.
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Benjamin felt more at ease in his grandfather's presence than in his parents'-they seemed always somewhat in awe of him and, despite the dictatorial authority they exercised over him, frequently addressed him as "M. He was as puzzled as any one else at the apparently advanced age of his mind and body at birth.
Benjamin, once he left the hospital, took life as he found it. Several small boys were brought to see him, and he spent a stiff-jointed afternoon trying to work up an interest in tops and marbles-he even managed, quite accidentally, to break a kitchen window with a stone from a sling shot, a feat which secretly delighted his father. Thereafter Benjamin contrived to break something every day, but he did these things only because they were expected of him, and because he was by nature obliging
Benjamin is conceived a fragile old man with a stick (not truly, yet he needs one) and a full personality, and as the year’s advancement his associations with those around him movement for different explanations. In the first place he is conflicting with his crushed folks who are chagrined of him, however as he develops to meet his father in age they get like siblings