Amazing Days, 1941—1968 tells the story of a son of the Greatest Generation, a child of everyday heroes. He grew up in the rural heartland of America when life was uncomplicated and was raised by parents hoping for the American Dream for their children. He went to school when country schools were small and personal, married a hometown sweetheart, and went to a university that still seems like family. This is a story experienced by countless young boys coming of age in Middle America in the 1950s. Amazing Days, 1941—1968 is written as a memoir of the first twenty-seven years in the life of Darrel Chenoweth, and it reminds us of how times and events can shape one’s life in amazing and unexpected ways. The title of this volume, Amazing Days, 1941—1968 comes from an innocent observation of his four-year-old grandson Ian about the little things in everyday life—special things that make one appreciate life.
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Published December 11, 2012
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