Follow the mischievous and hilarious adventures of four grammar schoolaage boys growing up in the late 1920s. The good, not-so-good, and hilarious situations the four boys became involved in on a day-to-day basis are insights into what city boys did to keep themselves busy during school days, after school was out for the summer and on weekends in Berwyn, Illinois. Lacking the many entertainment forms of modern society, the young boys of the late 1920s spent much of their time roaming the city streets and parks, riding the elevated train, finding other forms of entertainment, and sometimes seeking scary adventures.By his reaction, Gooch was as much in favor of letting the pigeons go as his brother and two older cousins. aOf course! ... Looking up at the pigeon loft, they saw at least half a dozen prize pigeons prancing about the loft, cooing away like pigeons do. Raising ... Water must be provided at all times for drinking and bathing.
|Title||:||The Adventures of ICKLE, PACKY, PICKLE and GOOCH|
|Author||:||Charles F. Lee|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2010-10-01|