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Granddaddy Tell Me a Story:
stories about a farm family who refused to give up
Author Howard W. Hatcher
ISBN 978-1-935186-17-5
Publisher Waldenhouse Publishers, Inc.
Description 6" x 9"; case bound; 176 pp archival paper; $19.95
Availability October 2010
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Howard W. Hatcher, Author
PO Box 792
Dunlap, TN 37327
Other books by this author:
Parables & People: Stories Of Yesteryear
Granddaddy Tell Me a Story is a collection of short stories about six sons of a proud couple who lost their home near Nashville, Tennessee, after the 1929 financial collapse. Picturing life in the 1930's, 40' and 50's, the collection includes everything from skinny dipping in the Harpeth River to a little brother walking across a state fair race track while the car races were in progress. The family's Tom Sawyer type adventures throughout Williamson and Rutherford Counties are humorous, inspiring and true. Suitable for children and adults alike.

Library of Congress Control Number: 2010934556


"A Tennessee farm couple loses
their small farm during the Great Depression. The next two
decades result in moving seven different times as tenant farmers
in Williamson and Rutherford Counties. The author is one of
the six sons who remembers their Tom Sawyer type experiences
and climb from poverty." --
Provided by publisher

Front cover photograph of Howard Hatcher and Granddaughter,
Anna Kate Tibbs, by Melissa Hatcher Tibbs on Easter Sunday, 2010

Mr. Hatcher's stories give a revealing picture of growing up on a farm and how it shapes our adult lives. The 40's and 50's were unique in our history and everyone will enjoy reading about them. I encourage our younger generation to read this book.
Flavius Barker
Past President
Tennessee Farm Bureau

Howard Hatcher, a rural Williamson County native, authored a popular weekly column for the Dunlap Tribune and Chattanooga Times Free Press. His post college career includes eight years with Borden Foods, 34 years with USDA Rural Development and ten years as Director of the Chamber of Commerce at Dunlap, Tennessee. He is a 50 year member of the Lions Club and an active United Methodist at local and regional levels. He and his family have resided in Dunlap since 1967. His stories are written in a way that can be enjoyed by children and adults.

   
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