Growing Up With Pigs

Growing Up With Pigs

Growing Up With Pigs Harol Marshall loves a good story and she tells them well in Growing Up With Pigs a collection of twenty two humorous and heart warming stories about growing up in the s that includes a vivid po

  • Title: Growing Up With Pigs
  • Author: Harol Marshall
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 161
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Harol Marshall loves a good story and she tells them well in Growing Up With Pigs, a collection of twenty two humorous and heart warming stories about growing up in the 1950 s that includes a vivid portrait of life on a small family farm A novelist with two mystery series to her credit, Ms Marshall s ability to bring characters to life through dialog is never appareHarol Marshall loves a good story and she tells them well in Growing Up With Pigs, a collection of twenty two humorous and heart warming stories about growing up in the 1950 s that includes a vivid portrait of life on a small family farm A novelist with two mystery series to her credit, Ms Marshall s ability to bring characters to life through dialog is never apparent than in the short stories contained here.

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    I recently finished this heartwarming collection of short stories of one girl growing up with in a household with four brothers, a demure English mother and her Upstate New York, police chief fatherwhat adventures they had. Wish I could have been part of them. Marshall is a born storyteller! I laughed out loud constantly as I turned the pages. Loved the title. Definitely a five star read. Dixie Jakubsen

    My alltime favorite of Harol Marshall's books. It takes me straight back to childhood. A definite read for anyone who enjoys coming-of-age literature. I found it revealing, funny and a very touching collection. There can't be many women who wouldn't relate to these glimpses of a very unusual childhood. Yes it was different but in many ways, universal. Guess what? My husband loved it too!!

    Sweet, funny stories about the author's childhood and adolescent years on a small farm in upstate New York in the 1950s. She has a good sense of humor and these little anecdotes were cozy reading.

    Fairly amusing family storiesNice little family stories for light reading. I found it irritating that the author is a New Yorker and a few stories deride the South in that ignorant, arrogant, snarky northern way, yet she is now living in North Carolina. Ironic.

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