The Great Depression is just a mention in a history book to most people nowadays, but Ted Woodworth lived on a farm in a Mennonite community-this volume 1926-1931. All the things he did as a boy make the reader smile just as if Ted were telling it in person-how a farm boy found things to do everyday, got in trouble, harvested the crop, made mischief around the town, but stayed out of trouble most of the time.
|Publisher:||Emerald Ink, Inc./Emerald Ink Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.38(d)|
About the Author
Woodworth grew up during the Great Depression on a small Mennonite farm. He later published many stories in a small town newspaper, The LaGrange Standard, in the South Bend, Indiana area. Now he can tell others...