The Stump Farm

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Megamy Pub., 1997 - Canadian literature - 201 pages
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The Stump Farm follows the trials of Bobby during the time Canada brought its soldiers back from the Second World War. The hardships of the time go unnoticed by a young boy more concerned with genuine moose hide moccasins, his grandfather's .22 and a Marilyn Monroe pin-up on the outhouse wall. Through this na´ve youth we see a world without cynicism and harsh realities 1 a time when our needs were simple and laughter came easily.

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I found 'The Stump Farm' in a discount bin and I'm glad I did. I have enjoyed every little tale of a little boy growing up on the farm after the second world war. There is plenty of mischief and humour. You can't lose buying this book.

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
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MY BOY ALWAYS WINS
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WHAT MORE COULD A YOUNG
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