The BAGO Boy
YOUNG URBAN PIRATE
A NOVEL NOVEL
JOHN J. BRADLEY
The BAGO Boy has elements abuse and trauma front and center, and forces the reader to ask BIG questions about life, death, religion, Catholicism, and much more.Based on real characters and events, the book also entertains the reader with humor and young love. It is a coming of age novel the likes of Tom Sawyer and Huck Fin,on the banks of the Schuylkill and Delaware Rivers.
MEET THE CHARACTERS
His nickname is “Brad,” but his sister, a few other relatives and Em, his friend who was a girl pirate, called him “Johnny.”
This is a Label
She disliked having two first names, Mary Margaret, or either of them separately, so she her nickname was “Em.”
She was a rat terrier that my mother got me for my 5th birthday, so she was about 5 years old
He was about a year younger than Brad and Em, the same age as Bernie, nine-years-old.
Lived two houses down from Joey Ferrari and they were each other’s best friend. Bernie was a science buff, nurtured