LOST IN THE CROWD: Memoir of the First Baby Boomer

Want to read a book in easy language that takes you to the 1950’s when life was simpler, where people didn’t question authority, in fact, they didn’t question anything.  Imagine being a curious child and having many questions that were never answered.  Live in Norristown, Pennsylvania for a while on “the dirty house on Summit Street” and feel what life was like before computers and the Internet.  When the biggest innovation was a 12″ black and white television set with rabbit ears and a lot of snow, when the only shows on the air came on at night.  Live in a house with nine kids and a Mom and Dad who came from the Depression. 

If you would like to see this book, click on the following hyperlink:  http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=pd_ybh_s_1?ie=UTF8&keywords=Lost%20In%20The%20Crowd%2C%20Haberland&index=aps .


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