Disney's Frozen Power Wheels Smart Drive Ford Mustang by Fisher-Price, Multicolor
Disney's Frozen Power Wheels Smart Drive Ford Mustang by Fisher-Price, Multicolor, Disney's Frozen
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The Endless SummerPage Publishing Inc. 2016
The Endless Summer, set in 1963, is the story of the Kelly family saga. Dan and Moreen have four outstanding all-American kids—Danny Junior, Randy, and twins Garry and Cindy. They also helped raise Moreen’s cousin’s boy, Deacon James Dean, after he was orphaned a decade before. He lives two doors down on the same street. Rhonda lives in between Deacon and the Kelly’s. Cindy’s boyfriend, Dave, lives across the street, and sometimes Garry dates his little sister, Barbara Ann, but it’s not serious. Cindy fantasizes about eloping, while Dave thinks of joining the Navy, like her father had. Dan Senior owns the Cadillac lot in their hometown of Sunnyvale, California; one in Glendale, California; and one in Oahu, Hawaiʽi. This summer, the Kellys have planned a surf safari down the West Coast after graduation to take co-op kids and some of the neighbors to Hawai‛i for the Diamond Head Open Surf contest! Deacon, Danny, Randy, Garry, and Rhonda are all contenders! Deacon is a pre-pro-circuit surfer, the first of his kind. When he and his crew participate in the Diamond Head Open, he upsets Laolo, the Hawaiian local bad-boy and three-time Open winner, and is forced to race him in the Island’s ‘Dead Rat Trap’. Their fates on the Island depend on a favorable outcome of that ‘Rat Race’, especially because Garry starts dating Lana, Laolo’s little sister! There’s a love triangle between Deacon and Randy—they both love Cassandra Diamond. Deacon steps up to marry Cassie after Wendy ruins her and Danny’s wedding plans for someone none of them suspected! Deacon’s decision to race costs him dearly, and in the aftermath, the whole Kelly clan finds their real true loves that life-altering summer of 1963. No one will be able to forget Deacon Dean and his mean street machine Darlyne and the endless summer of ’63!
The Luxury Economy and Intellectual PropertyOxford University Press. 2015
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Brand FailuresKogan Page Publishers. 2018
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