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A classic account of a young boy growing up in the American South during the Depression--by the author of Whisper of the River. 4 cassettes.
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Ferrol Sams is a physician, humorist, storyteller, and the bestselling author of eight novels rooted in the oral tradition of southern humor and folklore. He lives in Fayetteville, Georgia.From AudioFile:
Ferrol Sams presents stories of a bright, sensitive lad growing up on farm in Georgia during the Depression. The stories are rich with Southern culture. They feature eccentric characters, often in situations that turn out to be very funny. Reader Sams has one of those charming Georgia accents. He begins in a stilted voice, but about midway, he relaxes and becomes The Boy (who is always referred to in the third person). The stories, actually excerpts from Sams's novel, are separated by choruses of old, familiar hymns played on what can only be a country church piano. The effect is delightfully relaxing. D.W.K. An AUDIOFILE Earphones Award winner (c)AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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