In a deep Southern drawl, storyteller Windham doles out these personal memories like lemonade on a sizzling summer day. Her opinions on Yankee "conebread" and dark-colored butter beans are priceless…her accounts cover summer camp revival meetings, politics, and food in a delightful manner… [the audiobook] is embellished by sound effects like choir singing and children playing. Forty-one minutes is not enough; listeners will want more of Windham's storytelling.
Ms. Windham's rich voice spreads over the listener like butter over Southern cornbread, and these multicolored memories create something larger: a community sustained by tradition, values, family, and above all, a sense of humor.
© and (P)1986 Kathryn Tucker Windham
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