If you like stories that are on the order of Hukleberry Finn and Tom Sawyer, you will love My Camelot. White Mark Twain wrote about two boys and all the mischief they got into while living on the banks of the Mississippi, My Camelot tells the story of six children growing up very poor in the 40s and 50s in Southern Illinois and all the mischeif they got into. Stories like when one of the little boys decided to crawl under the family wagon and tackle the bellies of the horses with a stick and how his parents had to save his life. Or when five little boys read a comic book featuring paratroopers, and decided that they could take the sheets off their beds and use them as parachutes to jump out of the hay loft on their grandfather's farm. Join Bill Monken as he artfully recounts the adventures of his childhood stories about days on the farm, summer camp, the Boy Scouts, working with his father, and growing up with his four brothers and sister. These stories will entertain you make you laugh, and warm your heart as they carry you back to simpler times.
|Publisher:||Dark Planet Publishing|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||1 MB|
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