Take a delightful romp back through time and see the world through the eyes of your inner child. Revisit the world in the years following the end of the Second World War, to the children of this countryas aGreatest Generation, a when innocence, wonder, and awe were alive and well. Go back to the days of two pieces of candy for a penny, the introduction of the Hula-Hoop, and Red Ryder BB guns, the gift that every little boy dreamed of finding beneath the Christmas tree. The world of the baby boomer was a simpler place and time, a time when telephone service meant that you were a part of a aparty line, a a handshake was better than a signed contract. It was a time when the family sat together to eat their meals and share their dreams and accomplishments, as well as their failures. There was a sweetness to life during those decades. This book offers the reader an intimate look into the daily lives of those who lived the wonder. Recall the memories of many historical events and people. Let the child in you free to explore and reconnect with the values and people of those magical years before the birth of computers, cell phones, and television. Your vacation back in time will be one that you will always remember. Be ready to laugh and cry, but most of all, be prepared to revisit your youth and your dreams. Yesterday awaits. The sock monkey will be your guide.The Lifetimes of a Baby Boomer, Volume I-Innocence Catherine Connor ... Mama and Daddya#39;s bedroom was painted lavender to coordinate with the beautiful purple and yellow pansy crocheted bedspread Mama had made.A huge ... Had the sock monkey jumped into the box of toys and moved to another little boya#39;s room?
|Title||:||The Sock Monkey Tales|
|Publisher||:||LifeRich Publishing - 2014-09-17|