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What was it like for a seven-year-old from Bensonhurst Brooklyn to move to a 27 square-mile island accessible only by ferry boat? This engaging volume of short stories provides a glimpse into the Shelter Island childhood of that young man. Author Jason Shields, shares his memories of the Island's now famous beach, before it became one of the most popular water destinations on the East End, along with memories of hunting and fishing with his father, artist Alan Shields. Jason is a former writer and editor of the Shelter Island Reporter where his work garnered many NYPA awards for the local paper.
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