This book is a wonderful compilation of stories as recalled by the late Angeline Jerz, a native of the South Side of Chicago who grew up in the 30's and 40's. qGrandma Angieq was a great storyteller loved to keep the old traditions alive from the past while always looking ahead for her children and their children - after all, it's not the olden days anymore!Essay. I am a brand new penny. I was just made at the United States Mint. Along with thousands of others we were packed into ... a little handbag for her granddaughter, and put me in thereayoua#39;re supposed to do that for good luck, you know.
|Title||:||"It's Not the Olden Days Anymore, Grandma!": A Memoir about "Those" Good Old Days.|
|Author||:||Angeline M. Jerz|
|Publisher||:||Terri Rogal - 2013-03-13|