When Mum Was Little

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Kane/Miller, Jul 1, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Things were different when Mum was little. There were no CD players. There were no computer games. The pages bring to life the peculiar world that was 1969.

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User Review  - Raquelb - LibraryThing

When Mum Was Little, is a book that portrays a mother's younger days through her daughter's words. This book shows how her mother used to do things and how different things have become. I enjoyed this ... Read full review

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User Review  - MaryEttaJ - LibraryThing

In this story the daughter talks about when her mom was little a lot of things was different. Gum was cheaper, did not have videos, and they went to the beach every summer is somethings she enjoyed ... Read full review

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As a teenager, Mini Goss was only allowed to watch half an hour of TV a day. The rest of the time she liked to draw. (Her favorite subject was her dog.) As a grown-up, Mini can watch as much TV as she likes, but she prefers to draw her three children and their friends, her cat, her dog and her four goldfish.

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