HATS by Alan E. Waite
How Felt Can Save America

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"This sharply penned and compelling book is likely to draw smiles and nods of recognition from other Boomers… Should Millennials read it, they are likely to get a better idea of the "quiet magic" that is absent from today's fast-paced world, as demonstrated in the author's thought-provoking tales offering subtle life lessons."
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"HATS. . . . takes you on a delightful journey into the minds of young baby boomers in early to late childhood—what their world was like nearly three quarters of a century ago, how they wrestled with it, and what values they embraced.

With a mixture of humor, warmth, nostalgia, and a dash of painful honesty, Hats offers a collection of provocative and entertaining small-town America coming-of-age stories that center on the eternal ideas of truth, honesty, and compassion. These are stories of a time gone by, stories from what some see as the American golden age, but most of all, stories that resonate today because they are about what people of all eras and ages face—the lifelong challenge of being a person of integrity."
 

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Published March 22, 2014 by XlibrisUS. 150 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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on Jun 30 2014

"This sharply penned and compelling book is likely to draw smiles and nods of recognition from other Boomers… Should Millennials read it, they are likely to get a better idea of the "quiet magic" that is absent from today's fast-paced world, as demonstrated in the author's thought-provoking tales offering subtle life lessons."

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