My Nana Was A Free-Range Kid

My Nana Was A Free-Range Kid

by Nancy Peek Youngdahl


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My Nana was an Outrageously Mischievous kid.

In the 1940s and ’50s, children were allowed to run free, play outside, and use their imaginations—without parents constantly hovering over them and fearing for their safety. In her own small town in North Carolina—with very little traffic, and neighbors who actually knew each other—Nana was no exception to the free-range kid phenomenon. But as an outrageously mischievous child that was left to her own devices, she sure got into some amazing and hilarious adventures.It was a glorious time to be a child! Both of Nana’s parents worked, so she and her brother were often unsupervised.They wreaked havoc most of the time, thus living an exciting childhood. Nana’s stories—told to her great-grandchildren—are all true. She relates how her family and neighbors survived in spite of her and is quick to let her great-grandchildren know what not to do. As she says, if she had lived as a child today, she’d probably be locked up in a juvenile home!

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Format: 8 x 10 Color Paperback, 55 pages
Publisher: Outskirts Press (Jun 11, 2018)
ISBN10: 1478705213
ISBN13: 9781478705215
Genre: JUVENILE NONFICTION / Family / General (see also headings under Social Issues)

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Nancy Peek YoungdahlNANCY PEEK YOUNGDAHL is an artist, crafter of jewelry, a soapmaker, writer, and avid golfer. She loves to travel with her husband, Skip, and between them, they have six adult children, fourteen grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. Nancy has been a schoolboard chairman and an art teacher, and she has a passion for genealogy, tracing her ancestors back thirteen generations to the late 1600s when they lived in Virginia. My Nana Was A Free-Range Kid is her second book; the first is an autobiography of Nancy’s family history.
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