The Nuts On My Family Treeby Lance C. Trudeau
The nuts on my family tree is a comedic look at a very dysfunctional family. The farm, purchased in 1932, was a family place where everyone liked to gather. They'd support one another, and more often that not, sit around and complain. Over the years one family feud after another erupts . Bitterness grows between siblings, and as the years pass, the children leave the nest one by one to pursue lives elsewhere. But over time as the value of the land grows, it seems the greedy children want to come back to roost and have the place for themselves. If your own family has ever made you want to scream or if you thought there couldn't possibly be any family worse than yours, wait until you meet the Chandlers.
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I have never read a book that made me laugh so hard. After reading this book I have to admit, my family isn't so bad after all. I recommend this book to anyone who needs a good hearted laugh.