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Homemade Humble Pie: and Other Slices of Life
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0800757718, Paperback)Homespun stories to warm your heart.
Ever read a great story that made you say, "I know someone like that!"? Homemade Humble Pie is rich with memorable stories like those. These heartwarming slice-of-life vignettes capture the simple joys of life as well as the fun, familiar quirks of human nature.
In this collection, you'll encounter friends and neighbors of all ages and walks of life-an elderly couple deeply committed to each other, newlyweds who argue, a man who drives his lawnmower into town (driving the police crazy), and more.
These delightful stories and hometown characters will have you laughing out loud. Some of them may cause you to cry. All of them will warm and enrich your spirit and inspire a new appreciation for the unique people in your own life.
(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:13:50 -0400)
From Philip Gulley to Chicken Soup books, short stories are everywhere! And readers can't get enough. In Homemade Humble Pie Annette Smith offers a collection of 26 heartwarming and wonderfully quirky stories about fictional characters we all seem to know. She dips into her experience as a friend and neighbor to cook up slice-of-life tales about people of all ages and walks of life. Smith's book introduces readers to an array of interesting characters--an elderly couple deeply committed to each other, newlyweds who argue about the mail, three-year-old twins who embarrass their mother, a church volunteer in a bind, and more. The stories, some sensitive, some humorous, are written to help readers see the beauty and joy in everyday experiences and appreciate the people in their lives. Homemade Humble Pie makes a great gift, too. Once readers encounter these charming characters, they will want to share the stories with a friend.
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