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by Rick Ryckeley

ePub 110 Flamingo Street download
Author:
Rick Ryckeley
ISBN13:
978-0615590639
ISBN:
0615590632
Language:
Publisher:
Flamingo Street Publishing (2012)
Category:
Subcategory:
Humor
ePub file:
1733 kb
Fb2 file:
1275 kb
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Rating:
4.6
Votes:
781

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Rick Ryckeley, Senoia, Georgia. Think back on all the adventures you had growing up, and try not to smile. Growing up at 110 Flamingo Street, to say we never thought about getting hurt would be incorrect

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Illustration for 110 Flamingo Street by Rick Ryckeley; illustration by Laura Hight Ryckeley Charcoal Drawings . This book was created to remember our beloved Auburn Oaksat Toomer’s Corner and the tradition that we hold dear to our hearts.

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The Bully of Flamingo Street did. His brutal attack left such damage in its wake it. .Rick Ryckeley has been writing stories since 2001. His brutal attack left such damage in its wake it made us all speechles. nable to mov. nd not really knowing what to do. Bully Brad spent most evenings on his front porch. Down the Street Bully Brad, the bully that had terrorized everyone on Flamingo for the last seven years, started to cry. We’d all seen him on the porch before, but until this night none of us had truly seen him. Dropping our water balloons, we walked home without saying a word.

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Follow all the kids from Flamingo Street and read about their childhood adventures, misadventures and lessons that they learned while growing up in a unique place and during a special time. A time when doors were kept unlocked as people went to work, windows opened for fresh air at night, and kids played outside until called in for dinner. A collection of fifty-two short stories suitable for the entire family - 110 Flamingo Street, stories from a simpler time is a vehicle that beckons the reader to climb aboard. Travel back to a simpler time. The stories will make you smile. The stories will make you laugh. And some will even make you cry. This collection of short stories captures the unique way of life that only a small southern town can offer. In this second book in the series, sixteen charcoal drawings have also been included so readers will receive a true snapshot of what really happened during the seven years Rick, his three brothers and sister spent growing up at 110 Flamingo Street. With this book, the kids from Flamingo Street will be right here for you all year long and for many more books to come. Hopefully they, and Rick's unique observations of life, can add some humor to the start of your week. He has also included stories about The Wife, The Boy, and life's little truths - general observations of life common to us all. Then he holds them up for all to read. His hope is you'll share some laughs with your family, a few tears along the way, and maybe these little stories, will soon become a part of your memories. As they have been a part of his. Hopefully they'll help you pause, look at the world just a little differently. And smile. "Every story in this book is true and happened just as written - to the best of my memory that is. Choosing just fifty-two stories out of the six hundred that have been written over the last eleven years was the most challenging part of creating this book." -Rick
  • This book is totally funny and spot on. My partner met the author at our small town Post Office and purchased a signed copy of this book. I haven't stopped laughing since I started it. It brings back so many memories of my youth, mis-spent youth! We have had the book for several months, but I finally got around to reading it...highly recommend to my age group...50-ish!
    Nostalgia, smiles, tears, yearning for the good old days...I grew up a Brat, but this resonates because every neighborhood was home for 2 to 3 years like Rick conveys.
    Thanks for a great read Rick, wish I had been the one at the Post Office...but my girl knows I love a great book!

  • Rick definately has a way with stories. He brings to life childhood memories. I enjoy reading all the stories in the book. It is a great book to read no matter how "young" you are...