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The Day the Bathroom Ceiling Fell: and other Entertainments

by Jeanne Fuller

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0595408699, Paperback)

Readers who are homesick for small-town America fifty years ago, when the living was simpler and more family-oriented, will be delighted with these charming memoirs, which are full of humor and pathos, familiar settings, and real-life characters who leap off the page with vitality. Fuller's style is both original in vocabulary and homespun in approach, convincing us that we are there watching her grow up. The relatively uneventful, but extremely human picture she paints with words will capture the imagination of all who remember their own childhoods with longing for the less-complicated, but utterly satisfying life of those times. Charlotte Colby Andersen, B.A.,M.S, Writer, Lecturer, Photographer, Retired English Professor, Penn State University.

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