WEST END KID (eBook)

WEST END KID: ​Tales from the Forties

An imaginative collection of nine short stories about a group of kids growing up in Hamilton, Ontario during WWII.  This collection of exciting and bittersweet stories will bring a smile to your face or maybe even a tear.

•  Root for the newspaper boy who suspects one of his customers is a Nazi spy.
•  Will Annie Rooney lure the boys into joining the safety guards?
•  Is there a thief on the loose at the boys’ summer camp?

These coming of age stories capture the spirit of the times and reflect the age-old challenges facing every generation.

(And, yes, that’s my photo on the cover when I was about 9.  During the war we lived in a wartime housing development in West Hamilton. There was a shallow pond at the corner of the street on which we could skate in winter.)

West End Kid” is available on-line at KOBO, INDIGO / CHAPTERS
AMAZON.CA,
AMAZON.COM and perhaps at your local public library.

​NOTE:
Some sites may still list my earlier print book, “Learning the Ropes: Tales of Youthful Survival“, published in 2004 and now long out of print. “West End Kid” contains some of ​those stories which I’ve revised.

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