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Danny Boy Stories--Age 6

Danny Boy Stories--Age 6

by D. C. Dan Lee


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"Age 6" is the tale of an Indiana boy just reaching his seventh birthday upon which he is escorted by an older family friend on a five-day, often mysterious, outing via steam locomotive.

Would you like to be turned loose in a toy factory distributor showroom to play? Or, could you be left alone at the lunch table while German spies try to figure out how to nab you so you will not expose them to the authorities? What about being trapped and kidnapped from a men's room 500 miles from home? Is it just a small boy's imagination, or did these things really happen back in 1945?

While events and happenings in this story are inspired by true incidents, any similarity to real persons places or things is purely coincidental. Are they just plain fun in the eyes of a little boy's active imagination at the close of World War Two?

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[NOTE: Foreign language words spoken by characters are printed in English and italicized for clarity.]

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ISBN-13: 9781483989556
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 03/30/2013
Pages: 56
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.12(d)

About the Author

Devon C. "Dan" Lee is a native of Wabash, Indiana. He grew up during the 1940's World War 2 era, and the 1950's. "Age 6" is his only childrens' story.

He writes about young adults (18-30) drawing on his own experiences, and those of others around him. Although fictional, much of what he writes has real situations he has lived as the foundation.
Mr. Lee is a retired former journalist and businessman.

Most "Danny Boy Stories" are currently available in E-Book and Paperback. His longer books, "120 Letters", a novel, "The Family Unrelated", a collection of five stories, and "Defining Heroes", a collection of four stories are his most popular.

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