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Posted December 1, 2006
Through the book, A Boyhood in the Dust Bowl: 1926-1934, which is directed toward describing a boy¿s life, Robert Rutland, during the Dust Bowl in Okemah, Oklahoma, Robert Rutand challenged me to not be greedy and to accept the challenges that life has brought. In this memoir, Rutland describes how his life was during the 1920¿s and 1930¿s depression era and the kinds of activities, jobs and family issues he had to pursue and overcome. Although living in the depression era of the Dust Bowl was a rough time for most, Robert Rutland as a child found life full of excitement. I liked this book because it gave me a sense of happiness because I realized I have to appreciate what I have. I didn¿t like the book because of his repetitiveness.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted February 25, 2010
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