A Girl Named Zippy
Pages no: 275
Edition language: English
Series: Zippy (#1)
I only have vague recollections of this book, but they are that I wanted to like it more and just couldn't.
It's one of those books that you just sit back and totally enjoy. Why? Perhaps it's the truth among the pages that makes you laugh, or the stories that you wished you could have been a part of or the adventures that Zippy writes about that leave you with the "Really, that actually happened?" feeling...
Really lovely collection of stories about growing up in a small Midwestern town.
A hilarious family memoir, I took a copy of this out to our family cottage to add to the communal library. Anyone who picks this book up on a rainy afternoon will be able to dive in and enjoy.
I picked up this book when I was called for jury duty -- I read it in the waiting room where we had to sit day after day waiting to be picked for a jury. Between my laughing out loud and my tearing up at trying to hold my laughter in, I probably convinced everyone around me that I was crazy. In an...