Journey back eighty years to a time of drugstore soda fountains, penny candy, homemade root beer, and ten-cent movies. Visit an era when people enjoyed
such simple pleasures as sitting on the front porch, visiting with neighbors in the evening while the children played “kick the can” in a street devoid of
traffic. What was life like in a world that had no television, cell phones, answering machines, computers, DVDs, electronic games, microwaves? Were those
people happy? Yes, in spite of the Great Depression, they were happy and resourceful. Follow one family as it lives through a time in America’s history
when everyone’s future was uncertain; when everyone cared and shared.
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Alice Breon, author of Green Gravy, Monster Bread and Other Adventures, adds another volume to her memoir with her new offering, Holes in My Shoes.Nov 08 2012 | Read Full Review of Holes in my Shoes: One Family...
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