Autobiography of Brutus Buckeye: As Told to His Parents Sally Lanyon and Ray Bourhis

Autobiography of Brutus Buckeye: As Told to His Parents Sally Lanyon and Ray Bourhis

by Sally Lanyon, Ray Bourhis

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Overview

It’s normally good practice to steer clear of people who are nuts. But not in this case.
The story of The Ohio State University’s beloved mascot, Brutus Buckeye, is a lively account of his life, from his birth in 1965 on a sorority house lawn as a gigantic, papier-mâché head, to who he is today, representing the heart of Buckeye fans around the world. Elected to the Mascot Hall of Fame in 2007, Brutus symbolizes joy, good deeds, and pride for one of the most well-known universities in the nation.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781939710376
Publisher: Orange Frazer Press
Publication date: 09/28/2015
Pages: 64
Sales rank: 654,287
Product dimensions: 8.30(w) x 10.80(h) x 0.30(d)

About the Author

Sally Lanyon (née Huber), a student leader at Ohio State, was surprised that her most lasting achievement was creating a big round ball out of chicken wire and papier-mâché, painting a cartoon face on it, and equipping it with shoulder harnesses so a cheerleader could run onto the field at the 1965 Homecoming game. This creation became Brutus Buckeye, Ohio State’s beloved mascot. Her next big surprise was taking 12 years of night and weekend writing classes in order to write “The Great American Novel,” but authoring The Autobiography of Brutus Buckeye, a whimsical adult picture book, instead. She now spends her time as a literacy volunteer and authoring The Brutus Blog.

Table of Contents

PART I The Early Days page 12
PART II Elementary Years page 20
PART III Adolescence page 28
PART IV The Modern Me page 40
Postscript page 59
Brutus, in a nutshell...page 60
About My Parents page 63

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