Gramp's Variety of Stories
by Lloyd Wright
"Gramps Variety of Stories" takes you back to the time of the Great Depression, country schools and rural life. Others will bring you to the present ... Show synopsis "Gramps Variety of Stories" takes you back to the time of the Great Depression, country schools and rural life. Others will bring you to the present time and the changes in the way of life. The stories show that family love was present no matter in which generation you lived. Santa and Christmas make several appearances throughout the book. Little Toot, the toy train, and Wayne the Elf, take another trip to the North Pole with two kindergarten classes. This trip shows the generosity of the children. There are stories about sickness and disease, which confronts children, such as eating too many green apples and the dreaded polio. One story delves into the disorder now known as Ataxia. It was written to make the general public aware that there is such a disorder and it is real. Some of the stories show the mischievousness of children and also their ingenuity. Put all these together and you have a book of "Gramp's Variety of Stories," that can be read and enjoyed by readers of all ages.