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Head Over Heels--Stories About the 1950's

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Head Over Heels invites you to tag along with a feisty husband-hunting Catholic co-ed as she romps through the late 1950’s. Her stories are a delightful glimpse at how things used to be––before the FDA approved The Pill (1960), before Betty Freidan’s book The Feminine Mystique started The Women’s Movement (1963), before The Civil Rights Act was passed (1968), before The ...more
Kindle Edition, 221 pages
Published January 1st 2012 by RemArt Publishing
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Gabriella (Eva Kosinski) Wheeler
The Littlest Big Kid Grows Up: A Coming of Age Trilogy (all 3 books)

One of the things I look for in the books I read is, for lack of a better phrase, "reader immersion." Does the author take the reader into the book, into the mind of the characters, into the situation and let them ride along with the characters as they live their lives in the book? This is a somewhat rare thing, because in order for it to work well, the author needs to understand enough about human nature to stay within the fami
Dec 03, 2012 Elizabeth rated it liked it
This book is a great conclusion to the memoir trilogy that Donna has developed. Her first book was "Littlest Big Kid" and her second book was "Jitterbug Girl". If you want to get an unvarnished feel for the 1950s/1960s, from the point of view of a young college woman who is away from her small mid- western town testing her familial values, this is the book for you. Donna tells her personal account couched in the larger and rapid changes occurring in society. Donna is a deeply reflective person ...more
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