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Whippins, Switches & Peach Cobbler

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Afresh new writer has created a refreshing story about the nurturing of children through generations and the family bonds formed through this nurturing. Finally, a book that can be experienced and enjoyed by all readers.p Remember your grandma's switch tree protruding out of the ground like a monument of discipline? Remember that black belt hanging on a doorknob with its ...more
Paperback, 256 pages
Published January 16th 2001 by Carter-Krall Publishers (first published July 28th 2000)
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Dacia
Feb 18, 2016 Dacia rated it really liked it
I loved the story. It was real. The writing was not the best and a bit amateurish, but it did not distract from the story. The story was very heartwarming. That family could have been any black family. The ending was very nice.
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