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Great American Outhouse Stories: The Hole Truth and Nothing Butt

by:
Patricia Lorenz (Author)

ISBN: 0-7414-1882-7 ©2004
Price: $12.95
Book Size: 5.5'' x 8.5'' , 162 pages
Category/Subject: FICTION / Anthologies (multiple authors)

Abstract:
Great American Outhouse Stories: The Hole Truth and Nothing Butt is a collection of stories from people ages 13-94 from seventeen states across America from New York to California, Texas to Wisconsin. This book combines the rich history that the American outhouse has woven among generations of families with the wit, wisdom and inspiration of those who used the outdoor privies in days gone by. This is an easy-going, easy-to-read, pick-it-up-anytime kind of book that produces chuckles, ignites memories, delights oldsters and educates youngsters.

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Customer Reviews

  The Hole Thing , 02/09/2004
Reviewer: Mario Del Rosso
If you have ever had the 'pleasure' of squating in the privy on a frigid winter day, you will love this book. Memories of the Sears Catalog and bees on your behind will flush back with renewded vigor as you recall your trips to the little house out back. Read quickly lest you be tipped over in action next Halloween!

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  I felt like I was there , 02/09/2004
Reviewer: John Morris
I really enjoyed the stories in this book they were funny and interesting and a joy to read. Good job Pat....

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  Funny-nothing butt , 02/09/2004
Reviewer: Barbara Edge
This book is a joy to read. Many stories are hilarious, and it brings back memories of days gone by. Every person I know who has seen the book, or hears about it, wants to buy one or more copies. It would make a great gift for the person who has everything.

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  Truly Great Outhouse Stories , 02/09/2004
Reviewer: connie green
This book will truly make every reader smile and want to read again and again for the sheer joy of it! I thought Patricia's Baggy Yellow Shirt story in the Chicken Soup series was the greatest ever, but her Dad has taken center stage (in addition to the front cover) with the story on page 158! A great gift and a fun read!

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