RUN, RUN, RUN!
is the unedited diary of a deaf Long Island teenager who defied doctor’s orders painful trick knee and ran all winter from 1940-1941 on his own, making the high school track team in spring and challenging for the county championship which he won
But the diary covers much more. Even though it's from a before - TV, - computer, and - cell phone era, there was excitement: Sailing, swimming, and cavorting on Great South Bay; trips to the Jersey Shore, teenage love, the daily in's and out's of high school affairs, Lt. Col. North’s work on a secret underground airport (still secret in 2010-11) all on the eve of the Second World War. Open this book and you'll meet the boys and girls of a typical 1940s Long Island high school.