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by David Hunter


David Hunter pens a wistful memoir of his childhood in the hills of East Tennessee (with a short stint in South Carolina)

David Hunter pens a wistful memoir of his childhood in the hills of East Tennessee (with a short stint in South Carolina). As a child, Hunter was precocious and imaginative - a boy who could make arrows out of reeds and bottle tops, turn an adding machine into the control board of a space ship, and transform any number of common household items into innovative toys. The stories told are delivered with humor and wit, in an engaging style. Hidden within the text of each.

Trailer Trash from Tennessee by David Hunter is a childhood memoir of growing up in Knoxville, Tennessee during the 1950's and early 1960's. David Hunter pens a wistful memoir of his childhood in the hills of East Tennessee (with a short stint in South Carolina).

David Hunter grew up in Knoxville, Tennessee. He is a former police officer, a newspaper columnist and the author of more than a dozen books, including The Dancing Savior, A Sonnet for Shasta and A Whiff of Garlic.

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Trailer Trash from Tennessee by David Hunter is a childhood memoir of growing up in Knoxville, Tennessee during the 1950's and early 1960's.

Trailer Trash from Tennessee epub download

ISBN13: 978-0916078768

ISBN: 0916078760

Author: David Hunter

Category: History

Subcategory: Americas

Language: English

Publisher: Tellico Books; 2 edition (November 1, 2003)

Pages: 200 pages

ePUB size: 1447 kb

FB2 size: 1946 kb

Rating: 4.7

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Golden Lama
David Hunter, the author, is a local character, much loved. This book sort of parallels my husband's life as a child. His father, grandfather and unce were all Sheet Metal Workers and often they moved to where work was. And they lived in "trailers". I truly enjoyed reading about David's life.
Golden Lama
David Hunter, the author, is a local character, much loved. This book sort of parallels my husband's life as a child. His father, grandfather and unce were all Sheet Metal Workers and often they moved to where work was. And they lived in "trailers". I truly enjoyed reading about David's life.
Thetalune
David Hunter pens a wistful memoir of his childhood in the hills of East Tennessee (with a short stint in South Carolina). As a child, Hunter was precocious and imaginative - a boy who could make arrows out of reeds and bottle tops, turn an adding machine into the control board of a space ship, and transform any number of common household items into innovative toys. Always tagging along was his little brother, Larry, reminding this reviewer of a 20th century Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn. The stories told are delivered with humor and wit, in an engaging style. Hidden within the text of each chapter is a subtle moral learned by the delightfully adroit David. Hunter has grown from an imaginative boy into an imaginative man, whose creativity as a writer brings pleasure to his host of fans, of which I am one. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book and recommend it highly.
Thetalune
David Hunter pens a wistful memoir of his childhood in the hills of East Tennessee (with a short stint in South Carolina). As a child, Hunter was precocious and imaginative - a boy who could make arrows out of reeds and bottle tops, turn an adding machine into the control board of a space ship, and transform any number of common household items into innovative toys. Always tagging along was his little brother, Larry, reminding this reviewer of a 20th century Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn. The stories told are delivered with humor and wit, in an engaging style. Hidden within the text of each chapter is a subtle moral learned by the delightfully adroit David. Hunter has grown from an imaginative boy into an imaginative man, whose creativity as a writer brings pleasure to his host of fans, of which I am one. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book and recommend it highly.
Gribandis
Hunter's collection of memories are perfect gems. Each is a complete story that tells us about a childhood incident. It is a warm retelling of childhood adventures and misadventures. His honesty and humor shine through the entire book making it a pleasure to read and a great break from a hectic day. It doesnt make me long for those long lost days, but Hunter's book makes me glad he lived them and is willing to share with us.
Gribandis
Hunter's collection of memories are perfect gems. Each is a complete story that tells us about a childhood incident. It is a warm retelling of childhood adventures and misadventures. His honesty and humor shine through the entire book making it a pleasure to read and a great break from a hectic day. It doesnt make me long for those long lost days, but Hunter's book makes me glad he lived them and is willing to share with us.