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Little Britches by Ralph Moody
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Feb 13, 08

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Read in January, 2007

This is first of a series of auto-biographies. I read the first one to see what all the fuss was about ("must-read classic") and plowed right through all of them. THey are:
Little Britches
Man of the Family
The Home Ranch
Mary Emma and Company
Fields of Home
Shaking the Nickel Bush
The Dry Divide
HOrse of a Different Color

I had a hard time getting through Fields of Home because of that tarnal fool of a Grandpa of his. I either wanted to knock him over the head, commit him to a group home or send them all the family counseling. That's the only book I didnt' finish, and I hear it has a good ending.

Life of a young boy through his teen years, loss of his father, working as a ranch hand.... But those words can't capture the wonderfulness of these books.
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