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Lamby Boy
     

Lamby Boy

by Andrew (Drew) Smith
 
Lamby Boy, Kinning Park began a long time ago and was always in my mind for a number of years. I think what sparked it off was the fact that when my son and daughter were younger and being "Aussies" they would always from time to time ask: "What was it like in Glasgow when you were a little boy?"; "Where did you live?"; "Which school did you go to?"; Where did you

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Lamby Boy, Kinning Park began a long time ago and was always in my mind for a number of years. I think what sparked it off was the fact that when my son and daughter were younger and being "Aussies" they would always from time to time ask: "What was it like in Glasgow when you were a little boy?"; "Where did you live?"; "Which school did you go to?"; Where did you and mum meet?"; "What were my grandfather and grandmother and the rest of the family like?" And so with all these questions and all the information I had stored in my head over the years I started to record some of the events, especially the part of my childhood growing up at 32 Lambhill Street Kinning Park, which I had always so many fond memories of. While visiting my daughter in Albury/Wodong, near the border of New South Wales and Victoria in Australia in February 2004, I decided it was time to put pen to paper in earnest and record my childhood memories, immigrating to Canada, meeting my wife, and some of the traveling in the nomadic 60's that we did across Canada, the East Coast of USA, through Central America to Panama, New Zealand, Australia, Germany and now living in Australia, most probably like the thousands of other nomadic Glasgow folks before and after me.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781453673942
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
08/22/2010
Pages:
380
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.78(d)

Meet the Author

Andrew was born in Glasgow in 1939. He immigrated to Canada in 1964, where he met his future wife Dagmar. Together they travelled extensively throughout north and central America, then New Zealand, Australia, Germany and Europe. They finally settled in Australia in 1980, and two children followed.

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