More Tales of the Strange and Wonderful: As told by "The Ol' Turkey Hunter"

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Author House, Dec 14, 2011 - Self-Help - 208 pages
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You will enjoy the stories you are about to read.....David Kerr has a wholesome, mischievous humor with a creative insight reminiscent of those early homemade philosophers........I'm sure that Will Rogers, Mark Twain, and other names are familiar to you still. DuWayne Furman, Ph.D. Human Growth and Development University of Nebraska "(More Tales of the Strange and Wonderful) cannot really be placed in any particular genre. it is a fascinating combination of local folklore, true stories (many from David's youth in Huntsville), interspersed with Bible stories and parables told and spun from a slightly different perspective. Rushville Rotary Club
 

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Contents

Poetry
17
The Turkey? Or the Egg?
37
Typing
59
Mighty Men
81
Turn turn turn
115
Keeping Score
135
Dung
161
Snakes Alive
183
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About the author (2011)

David Kerr, The Ol' Turkey Hunter, is a lifelong resident of west central Illinois. He bought a farm at age 24. This, ironically, took him off the farm and into many other jobs to help make the farm payments. This diversity of experiences has culminated in writing Tales of the Strange and Wonderful and this book, the second in a series, More Tales of the Strange and Wonderful.

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