What wonderful true stories about a generation of kids who didn't grow up with internet games or designer jeans, but who got up early in the morning to earn money. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Marlene
Haven't had time to read it yet, but am looking forward to doing so. Arrived on time.Published 9 months ago by Cookie
Some interesting stories, especially if you are or were a paper boy, but an awful lot of trivia and repetition.Published 13 months ago by Joseph St Hilaire
Sometimes in those pre-dawn, chilly and lonely hours, I felt as though I was the only kid out delivering newspapers. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Don A. Hubbard
I purchased this book as a gift for a relative. He completely enjoyed reading it. I had also sent a local news article about the author which enhanced the reading experiencePublished 15 months ago by Carol Gallagher
It captured a period of our history which gave stability to our society. Sandra captured that in her interviews.
good read - brought back memories of when my own sons delivered papers and I got up on Sunday mornings to help with the heavy deliveriesPublished 16 months ago by Sue A Stiegler
Sandra has done extensive research on those young news boys. Her stories take you along with them on their routes. Truly a unique American experience.Published 17 months ago by Patricia Eger