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Growing Up Local

An Anthology of Poetry and Prose from Hawaii

by Eric Chock

  • 117 Want to read
  • 21 Currently reading

Published by University of Hawaii Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Poetry texts & anthologies,
  • Anthologies (multiple authors),
  • Literature - Classics / Criticism,
  • Poetry,
  • Anthologies,
  • Fiction / Anthologies (multiple authors),
  • Hawaii,
  • Fiction

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages384
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8296164M
    ISBN 100910043531
    ISBN 109780910043533

      When Dr. Widad Bazzoui decided to share the story of his life growing up in Iraq with his two daughters and family, he felt the best way to accomplish this was to write a memoir. Stephenson-Love decided to recount this history through a book: Growing up with Russell. "Growing up with Russell" is a total of nine chapters with eight of .

      Explore nine original illustrations of animals and objects “in media res” (a Latin phrase meaning “in the middle of the action”), each paired with a brief piece of text and a faux book title. You won’t get the whole story from these “Missing Pages,” just an excerpt. Just enough for you to finish the narrative in your own mind. The sisters noted in the book that their hometown had "the same population as a small jar of jelly beans." “In retrospect I don’t think we realized how small a town that it was,” Holly said.   Local Sports Growing Up With Books.” But from the first time Ann picked up a book at age 4, she knew she had found her passion. “I had one thought: I .

    A photograph of the house on the AuSable River where Donna Janice Emerick lived growing up is shown in her recent novel published about the memories of being a dam kid. Patricia Alvord The journey to writing the novel started when Emerick noticed in the Alcona Review that the Alcona County Library in Harrisville was starting up a book writer Author: Patricia Alvord. Local author A.G. Reidy will talk about her new collection of stories, "Dinkweed," and her own experiences of growing up in Lowell that inspired the book. About The Book: Three brothers. One city. Countless shenanigans. s Lowell is a different place from what we know today. On a recent trip to the local Barnes & Noble, I was surprised to see Russell Baker's Growing Up in the autobiography section. The book came out 26 years ago and Baker has faded from the public spotlight since his retirement in from the New York Times, where he was a popular columnist.I picked the book up, figuring it must be a pretty good memoir to have outlasted the .


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