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Tamawaca Folks: A Summer Comedy (1907)
The author begs to state that whatever is contained in this modest volume has been written in a spirit of the broadest goodfellowship, and with malice toward none. He has met odd and entertaining people in all quarters of the world and has brought them together in "Tamawaca Folks" merely that he might weave them into his little romance, and with no thought of being in any ...more
Paperback, 188 pages
Published October 1st 2007 by Kessinger Publishing
(first published 1907)
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Written by L. Frank Baum of Oz fame under the pseudonym John Estes Cooke. This charming little book is a fictionalized account of the goings on in Macatawa Park, Michigan, where Baum spent many of his summers. It's an unsubstantial but easy going read, Baum is clearly writing just for the fun of it and to please his friends for whom he had it privately.