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Humorous Childhood Memories Book – Mason Bricklin Rides the Crush

“Mason Bricklin Rides the Crush” Now Available on Kindle and Kindle Prime.

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Humorous Childhood Memories Book – Mason Bricklin Rides the Crush
Humorous Childhood Memories Book – Reviewers State:
 “Mark Brown (J-me) has the uncanny talent to tell a story in a way that brings us back to a more innocent time, a time of friends, family, and laughter. His style is a cross between Garrison Keillor and Samuel Clemens.”
      Richard L. Baron, Author/Deadly Visions      President, Baron Graphics Ltd.       President Board of Directors, Treasure Coast Children’s Museum       Executive Producer, Boomers the Musical
Humorous Childhood Memories Book – You’ll Get a […]

Childhood Memories – Peter Rabbit Story Video

Childhood Memories – Peter Rabbit Story Video
Childhood Memories – Peter Rabbit Story Video: A Family Favorite
Peter Rabbit was always a favorite of mine as a child. I especially remember Mom giving a great moral after this story. “That’s what you get when you don’t obey your mother.” Many of the old illustrated books were used to highlight points that a parent might make with a child.
Childhood Memories – Peter Rabbit Story Video: Sharing with Grand-children
One of the joys I have when finding old copies of illustrated books I read as a child is retelling the tales to my children and […]

Childhood Memories – Gardening with Mom

Childhood Memories – Gardening with Mom
Childhood Memories – Gardening with Mom: Asking for Help
I remember when I was five years old my mother asked me if I wanted to help make a garden. I was delighted that my mother wanted my help. I quickly answered yes.
Childhood Memories – Gardening with Mom: Simple Tasks
We went to the back yard. My mother told me to stand in one spot and hold the end our water hose. She then […]

Childhood Memories – What Happened to Drive-In Movies

Childhood Memories – What Happened to Drive-In Movies
Childhood Memories – What Happened to Drive-In Movies: The Big Screen
One of the great adventures of my childhood was going to the drive-in movies. Many nights the Drive-In Owner sponsored family night. They charged a flat rate of three dollars per carload. A family of fourteen could afford to have a family outing at those prices.
Childhood Memories – What Happened to Drive-In Movies: Eight for a Buck
Another great childhood memory  I experienced was going to a little take-out hamburger joint and getting “eight for a buck.”
“Eight for a buck” was eight hamburgers for […]

Childhood Memory is a Powerful Influence

A Childhood Memory is a Powerful Influence
A Childhood Memory is a Powerful Influence in Forming Character
Looking back on my life I understand that my childhood memory played a big part of forming my character. It is amazing to me that such a short span of my life affected many phases of my adult life…good and bad.
I was raised in a family of fourteen people. I had 1 father and mother, (some children have more), three brothers, and eight sisters. Living in a large family can have its challenges, but for some reason we survived them all, which […]