When Kids Could Play Outside by Tom Evans

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Synopsis

Tom, a
forty-year-old man lies dying in a forest but as he takes his final breath, gets
re-born in the 1970's as an eight-year-old boy, who is given the chance to
re-live his life.

This true and
controversial account of a young boy's journey through his formative years
transports you back to a time when playing outside in the South Wales Valley
had few rules or restriction and was an education in its own right.

When kids could
play outside is written about an era full of fun, freedom, pranks, competitiveness,
danger and discovery.

This is a must read for
anyone who was lucky enough to have grown up in the 1970's and discovered who
you were without the help of today's technology.
 

About Tom Evans

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When kids could play outside is Tom Evans controversial first novel which is a true account of a young Tom growing up in a small mining village in South Wales, he has already started work on his second book, When coal was Mined, which is again based on the true story of his father starting work at the tender age of fifteen in the South Wales mines in the mid to late 50's. He was brought up and educated in Mountain ash, Mid-Glamorgan then moved to Witney, Oxfordshire, England. For the past twenty five years Tom has worked in manufacturing after training as a work study engineer with Japanese giants Hitachi back in the 80's. Tom has been happily married to Deborah his high school sweet heart for over twenty five years they have three wonderful but sometimes demanding children, Curtis, Sadie & Tayah. Tom decided to write When kids could play outside after noticing just how much fun & freedom the young generation of today have been deprived of.
 
Published October 19, 2012 by AuthorHouse. 248 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Travel. Non-fiction

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