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Unnecessary Talking: The Montesano Stories

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Literary Nonfiction. In this warm and humorous memoir, the boy you meet is irrepressible, devilish, curious, rambunctious, imaginative, sports-minded, friendly, naive, and absolutely joyful--definitely the kind of boy who would get in trouble from his teacher for "unnecessary talking." Mike O'Connor's stories remind a reader of what it was like to grow up in small-town 1950's America. "With UNNECESSARY TALKING, poet Mike O'Connor leads us through the streets and neighborhoods of Montesano, Washington--circa early 1950s. These stories and sketches make up a memoir of a young boy's clean, clear understanding of a world where mystery is common sense and adult rules are slippery as a wet bar of soap. O'Connor's writings, though rooted deeply in the rain-soaked soils of the Pacific Northwest, reach out to touch, in a tender and wise way, the very heart of an America lost but still loved"--Finn Wilcox.

Synopsis:

In this warm and humorous memoir, the boy you meet is irrepressible, devilish, curious, rambunctious, imaginative, sports-minded, friendly, nave, and absolutely joyful definitely the kind of boy who would get in trouble from his teacher for unnecessary talking. Mike O'Connor's stories remind a reader of what it was like to grow up in small-town 1950's America.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781929355419
Author:
O'connor, Mike
Publisher:
Pleasure Boat Studio
Author:
O'Connor, Mike
Subject:
Topic - Family
Subject:
Childhood Memoir
Subject:
Topic - Marriage & Family
Subject:
General Biography
Subject:
Humor-Family
Publication Date:
20090113
Binding:
Paperback
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
175
Dimensions:
8.80x5.90x.50 in. .61 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , In this warm and humorous memoir, the boy you meet is irrepressible, devilish, curious, rambunctious, imaginative, sports-minded, friendly, nave, and absolutely joyful definitely the kind of boy who would get in trouble from his teacher for unnecessary talking. Mike O'Connor's stories remind a reader of what it was like to grow up in small-town 1950's America.
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