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Down the Road We Came

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Poems and stories of growing up and beyond.
Paperback, 112 pages
Published December 3rd 2008 by
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Christina Jussaume
Feb 10, 2009 Christina Jussaume rated it it was amazing
Fantastic Writing!, January 11, 2009

By crj147 aka Christina R. Jussaume

"Down the Road We Came" is the second book of Robert Hewett Sr. I would highly recommend this book for all ages. It was a comfort to me, and took me away to treasured memories he shared and mystical enchanting stories written in poetic rhyme. I picked up the book and off I went on a voyage to faraway lands with animal characters and fabulous adventures. The stories are a true delight and have magical quality as well. Some o
Daveda Gruber
Sep 14, 2009 Daveda Gruber rated it it was amazing
Down the Road We Came

Down the Road We Came;
Open up this book.
Whether a child or
Not, you’ll be pleased.

The poems are written by
Hewitt, a great story teller.
Everyone will love it.

Reading, when you
Open a book,
And look inside,
Discover a whole new world.

Wee ones will be
Excited all through the pages.

Come down the road
And you will
Meet many new
Exciting friends there.


This is the second book of Mr. Hewett that I am proud to have in my collection. Children will enjoy this book and it will also delight
Aug 14, 2009 Mary rated it it was amazing
Memories are to be treasured. Laughter makes the journey a whole lot better. Turn the stones into stepping stones. Make every experience a learning experience. This was an excellent book and I enjoyed the short stories that Robert recalled throughout this book.
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