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An edition of Some sweet day (1974)

Some sweet day.

[1st ed.]
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This edition was published in by Random House in New York.

Written in English

121 pages

Oh wow once I started reading it i couldnt put it down. My father went to school with Mr. Woolley until he moved right before the 3rd grade and my father has ordered every book written by Mr. Wooley, my father said it was like his childhood memoirs written through someone else. Not that these same events happened to my father but when the author talks about a barbed wire fence they would cross under to go from here to there he did that with them or the sound the windmill would make as it moved in the lazy breeze, the sounds and smells on a farm. Awesome! Some of the first names even I recognize in this story. The truism captured and feelings that you feel as your reading this is incredible it was a very poignant and emotional story that moved me to tears. I will be reading the rest of the books my dad has in his library written by Mr. Woolley. Keep up the great gift you have for sharing your storys with us. By the way my dad is Theon Dean Thetford. I dont know if you remember him but he sure remembers you!

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Cover of: Some sweet day
Some sweet day
1996, Texas Western Press, the University of Texas at El Paso
in English
Cover of: Some Sweet Day
Some Sweet Day
June 1981, Gnomon Press
Paperback in English
Cover of: Some sweet day.
Some sweet day.
1974, Random House
in English - [1st ed.]

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Some sweet day

First published in 1974



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Oh wow once I started reading it i couldnt put it down. My father went to school with Mr. Woolley until he moved right before the 3rd grade and my father has ordered every book written by Mr. Wooley, my father said it was like his childhood memoirs written through someone else. Not that these same events happened to my father but when the author talks about a barbed wire fence they would cross under to go from here to there he did that with them or the sound the windmill would make as it moved in the lazy breeze, the sounds and smells on a farm. Awesome! Some of the first names even I recognize in this story. The truism captured and feelings that you feel as your reading this is incredible it was a very poignant and emotional story that moved me to tears. I will be reading the rest of the books my dad has in his library written by Mr. Woolley. Keep up the great gift you have for sharing your storys with us. By the way my dad is Theon Dean Thetford. I dont know if you remember him but he sure remembers you!

Some sweet day.

[1st ed.]

This edition was published in by Random House in New York.


Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
813/.5/4
Library of Congress
PZ4.W918 So, PS3573.O67 So

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL5420439M
Internet Archive
somesweetday00wool
ISBN 10
0394487141
LC Control Number
73013701
Goodreads
5929195

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