Tales from the U. S. Mid West
Iroquois Press, 1992 - 123 pages
TALES FROM THE U.S. MID WEST is a book of humorous, fascinating & unique short stories (some of which are historical fiction) & poetry, which adults & children will enjoy reading. The poems Michigan (Today), The President's Contra Band, & the author's opinion of Congress noted in Congress Our Albatross, present an interesting view of today's political system. Stories such as Appleberry Gray Squirrel, A Copper Country Happening, The Hard Times of Mr. Pumper, Return of the Tiny Angel among others were written for children, but are enjoyed by adults as well. TALES FROM THE U.S. MID WEST is a 123 page 4" x 7" paperback & includes over 89 stories & poems. A sample is available at $4.95 including shipping. Your sample price will be credited on your future order of 10 or more copies. Retail price is $4.95 per copy. Quantity discounts: 5-10 copies at 25 percent, 11-25 copies at 30 percent, over 25 copies at 40 percent. Shipping costs are extra. Terms: Cash 30 days. Send orders to: Clifton Brusso, Iroquois Press, 109 N. Iroquois St., Laurium, MI 49913. Telephone (906) 337-4536. Distributors: Write for special pricing.
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