Following the popular Midwest series, this third volume features thirty eight nostalgic stories by authors from Iowa, Minnesota, South Dakota, Michigan and Containing stories as diverse as The Singing Silo, about a young girl s entertainment on the farm, to Journey Through the Valley of Death, which recounts the author s harrowing experience during the blizzard of 1975, there s something here to please, and captivate, every reader....
|Title||:||Amber Waves of Grain: Third in the Series of Stories About Growing Up in and Around Small Towns in the Midwest|
|Publisher||:||Shapato Publishing September 12, 2010|
|Number of Pages||:||192 pages|
|File Size||:||668 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Amber Waves of Grain: Third in the Series of Stories About Growing Up in and Around Small Towns in the Midwest Reviews
This is the third series of growing up midwestern plus living on farms and small towns. There are thirty eight essays in this book, more than in the others. All these slices of life are excellent as were those in the previous two. There are photographs of some of the writers plus photographs of animals, landscapes, cars and barns. Everything midwestern.
Love Jean Tennant published books!
Gave to my Mom she loved it, shared with me.
I love the stories about growing up in the Midwest. Quick, easy to read stories by people who lived them.
Brought back memories
"Amber Waves of Grain" is an anthology of stories about growing up in the midwest. This is the third book in a series. Book four is due out in the fall of 2011.