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Born in 1934, Harold Morin was raised in a loving and supportive family of five. He was one of three boys who were teenagers during the carefree and "happy days" of the post World War II years. Being sons of a Forest Ranger, some part of their summers were spent of horseback, helping their Dad with range work and camping out in the mountains of central Idaho. Growing up in an era without television, Harold's inquisitive nature and inventive mind led him through many hilarious and sometimes disastrous experiences that will amaze and amuse the reader. His indomitable spirit and positive outlook on life carries him through a horrific car wreck and enabled him to happily cope with his life long disability. Harold Morin taught Junior High Science for 34 years and this book contains some of the humorous and sometimes moralistic stories that he told his students. Harold Morin claims that during his career, he has warped over 4,000 young minds. WARNING: None of the adventures told in this book should be attempted today. Not only would it be hazardous to your health, but it would most likely land you in jail. --- from book's back cover
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Book Description Yarak Works, 2001. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1893963055