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Swede: A Country Boy's Story

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Changes in our lives from one day to the next are most often subtle and unnoticed. Yet change occurs and we are molded over time from youth to adulthood.
The period of years spanning the Great Depression of the 1930's through World War II during the first half of the decade of the 1940's is an era perhaps like no other.
The subject of this book, a young farm boy, lived a s
Kindle Edition, 156 pages
Published March 25th 2014
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Jun 05, 2015 Sheri rated it it was amazing
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Loved reading this book. Reminded me of stories my father would tell us about his life. Loved how it felt as if you were in the room being told the story face to face. Enjoyable!!
May 27, 2009 Kim rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
As stated in the title this is the story of Swen, a boy raised in a rural Northeastern Minnesota farm.
The book is written in the first person. Swen narrates the action his memories and anecdotes –in essence his story. One poignant example is how Swen had to deal with the farm’s cats and all their kittens. Swede: A Country Boy's Story chronicles the events of every day farm life and how it changed through time.
Swen was used to live his simple life, familiar only with his home and his community.
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