A Decade of Boyhood
PageFree Publishing, Inc., 2004 - 88 pages
"A Decade of Boyhood" is an autobiography describing the exploits of a young boy between the ages of three and thirteen. It covers the carefree days of growing up in a government project from the middle of World War II to the end of the Korean Conflict. Described are how days were spent using one's imagination to create a realm of different types of entertainment. A young life filled with family values and individual responsibilities. A brief period of time in a young life and how his experiences have helped to mold his life as an adult.
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