Raymond and Me That Summer

Raymond and Me That Summer If you ve ever emptied the pan under the ice box or run for the first seat in the trolley or squandered two cents for a cup of rainbow colored ice you will have a specail affinity for Raymond and Me

  • Title: Raymond and Me That Summer
  • Author: Dick Perry
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 470
  • Format: paperback
  • If you ve ever emptied the pan under the ice box, or run for the first seat in the trolley, or squandered two cents for a cup of rainbow colored ice you will have a specail affinity for Raymond and Me That Summer And if you are too young to recall these simple pleasures, this exhuberant book will vividly introduce them to you Dick Perry s first novel has warmth, and witIf you ve ever emptied the pan under the ice box, or run for the first seat in the trolley, or squandered two cents for a cup of rainbow colored ice you will have a specail affinity for Raymond and Me That Summer And if you are too young to recall these simple pleasures, this exhuberant book will vividly introduce them to you Dick Perry s first novel has warmth, and wit, and magic It s the kind of book you wish would last longer It makes you feel glad to be alive.We ve fallen in love with Raymond and Me That Summer So has McCall s Magazine And we hope that you will, too Try it it s catching Taken from the cover of the 1964 publication by Harcourt, Brace World, Inc.

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    1. This was a really fun read. It's set in the summer of 1933 in Cincinnati; every father is out of a job, every family is on welfare, and the children are afraid of the iceman. All in all, it's delightful prose.

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