Young Dan and HORROR-able People [NOOK Book]

Overview

A collection of true stories, starting seventy years ago in 1941. I was four years old, starting school. The teacher turned school into the house of horror for me. The big kids were a bad bunch, that made it worse. I never got over the fear of going to school. This takes you though my years of school and tells you how I handled, the teachers and the bullies. Learning grammar at 75 years old.
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Overview

A collection of true stories, starting seventy years ago in 1941. I was four years old, starting school. The teacher turned school into the house of horror for me. The big kids were a bad bunch, that made it worse. I never got over the fear of going to school. This takes you though my years of school and tells you how I handled, the teachers and the bullies. Learning grammar at 75 years old.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940033155668
  • Publisher: Dan Clyburn
  • Publication date: 3/27/2012
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 186,361
  • File size: 246 KB

Meet the Author

Dan is seventy five years old, he worked all his life as Equipment Operator, Master Mechanic on trucks and equipment. Lift school when he was fifteen, and pursued an outdoor life. Many stories he could tell about the mountains, and the people he worked with, and knew. Hunted and fished all his life, fresh meat for the table. He has read thousands of books, authors like, Louis L’Amour, Edgar Rice Burroughs, are just some of the authors he liked the most. Their grammar wasn’t so good, but they had a fleet of editors. Because of his school day’s, and the work he pursued, Dan’s grammar is not the best. If you are one of those that has to have perfect grammar, you just as well go away now. But he tells his stories in a straight forward way, you will understand his work. Read his true stories book called ‘Young Dan and HORROR-able People’ some of the things he tells will make your heir stand on end. It is an exciting book about true things that happened during his school days. He has four fiction books, The Dart Game,-The Distant Crater,-The Far, far away Planet,-Gods of New Eden are all on Kindle. And will soon be on Smashwords.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 13, 2013

    short

    Not worth the time.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 21, 2013

    A good, fast read.

    This poor guy grew up in violent times. The stories were good except for his rant at the end.

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