©1962 Ralph Moody; (P)2001 Books in Motion
You'll wish that Ralph would just leave and go out on his own. You'll wish that he's be more responsible. But this is a true story and it can serve to teach us that not all our friends are good and that not all our endeavors are worthy ones.
It was like I was playing a movie in my head. I was on the edge of my seat waiting to see what would happen next. I have to admit, though, that I was sad that Ralph got all caught up in writing "fairy tales" to his mother. But, I understand he was trying to calm her fears. He was such a resourceful young man in many ways. He was good at earning money and not afraid to try new things. He showed tremendous patience with his new friend Lonnie. And he really took care of Lonnie in a way that most people wouldn't.
I absolutely am interested in how people lived in the early 1900's.
He described things with such detail that it was easy to imagine what he was talking about.
I cannot find fault with the narrator's performance. I enjoy his work.
I recommend the "Little Britches" series.
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