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The rocking chair reader : coming home

Author: Helen Kay Polaski
Publisher: Avon, MA : Adams Media, 2004.
Edition/Format:   Large print book : English : Doubleday large print home library edView all editions and formats
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Family traditions. Neighborly values. Community pride. In The Rocking Chair Reader series, readers are taken back in time to pre-1955 small-town America, where life was simpler and old-fashioned values meant something. Coming Home, the flagship title in this new inspirational series, features more than sixty true stories from ordinary folks who return to such small towns as Albertville, Alabama, Clyde, North Dakota  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Helen Kay Polaski
ISBN: 0739447041 9780739447048
OCLC Number: 57349711
Notes: "True inspirational tales of family and community."
Description: xvii, 426 pages (large print) ; 22 cm
Other Titles: Coming home
Responsibility: edited by Helen Kay Polaski.

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Family traditions. Neighborly values. Community pride. In The Rocking Chair Reader series, readers are taken back in time to pre-1955 small-town America, where life was simpler and old-fashioned values meant something. Coming Home, the flagship title in this new inspirational series, features more than sixty true stories from ordinary folks who return to such small towns as Albertville, Alabama, Clyde, North Dakota and Grand Junction, Colorado.

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