Arse over Teakettle: An Irreverent Story of Coming of Age During the 1940S in Toronto

Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn found adventure on the banks of the mighty Mississippi. Tom Hudson and his friend Shorty discovered it in the secluded laneways and avenues of a deceptively quiet Toronto neighbourhood.
Arse Over Teakettle is an intriguing tale of Tom Hudsons boyhood escapades in Toronto during the 1940s. He and his mischievous friend, Shorty, encounter eccentric characters such as Grumpy, an unconventional older man in the neighbourhood, and their fierce neighbourMrs. Leyer. Their confrontations with the Kramer Gang are sometimes painful and at other times hilarious. As Tom and his friends become sexually aware, amusing situations develop. Shorty constantly pushes Tom to explore beyond the secure boundaries of childhood, into the world of the big boys.
An intimate and heartfelt tale of family life in Toronto, Arse Over Teakettle is set during the decade when the city is transforming from a parochial city into a cosmopolitan urban centre. In Toms neighbourhood, difficulties arise as he confronts ethnic and religious prejudice, which wounds his boyhood friends.Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn found adventure on the banks of the mighty Mississippi. Tom Hudson and his friend Shorty discovered it in the secluded laneways and avenues of a deceptively quiet Toronto neighbourhood.
Arse Over Teakettle is an intriguing tale of Tom Hudsons boyhood escapades in Toronto during the 1940s. He and his mischievous friend, Shorty, encounter eccentric characters such as Grumpy, an unconventional older man in the neighbourhood, and their fierce neighbourMrs. Leyer. Their confrontations with the Kramer Gang are sometimes painful and at other times hilarious. As Tom and his friends become sexually aware, amusing situations develop. Shorty constantly pushes Tom to explore beyond the secure boundaries of childhood, into the world of the big boys.
An intimate and heartfelt tale of family life in Toronto, Arse Over Teakettle is set during the decade when the city is transforming from a parochial city into a cosmopolitan urban centre. In Toms neighbourhood, difficulties arise as he confronts ethnic and religious prejudice, which wounds his boyhood friends.

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Self-Portrait of a Texas Cowboy: Ass over Teakettle

My husband Brian Larremore is the actual author of this book. He told me the stories and illustrated them and some of his artwork was done just for fun. I have typed and edited it for him.
Brian and I live in Alpine, Texas and have a small ranch 35 miles south of Alpine, Texas. Brian has been a rancher all his life and a Police Officer for Sul Ross State University in Alpine for 21 years. He retired in February 2012 and intends to keep riding colts, day working and taking care of the ranch. He has said for the last 10 years that we have 40 years of work to do on the ranch, but only 20 years in which to do it. Prior to working as a Police Officer, he worked as a Deputy Sheriff for Brewster County and worked for various ranches throughout the years.
I was also a Reserve Police Officer for several years for the City of Alpine and have worked at a local Drug Store for more than 30 years.My husband Brian Larremore is the actual author of this book. He told me the stories and illustrated them and some of his artwork was done just for fun. I have typed and edited it for him.
Brian and I live in Alpine, Texas and have a small ranch 35 miles south of Alpine, Texas. Brian has been a rancher all his life and a Police Officer for Sul Ross State University in Alpine for 21 years. He retired in February 2012 and intends to keep riding colts, day working and taking care of the ranch. He has said for the last 10 years that we have 40 years of work to do on the ranch, but only 20 years in which to do it. Prior to working as a Police Officer, he worked as a Deputy Sheriff for Brewster County and worked for various ranches throughout the years.
I was also a Reserve Police Officer for several years for the City of Alpine and have worked at a local Drug Store for more than 30 years.

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Marty the Mouse and the TeaKettle House (TeaKettle Hollow Book 1)

Marty the Mouse is a small mouse with a big sense of adventure. Setting off to find a new home for himself and his Mama gives him the biggest adventure of all.
Meeting lots of woodland characters and making a whole load of new friends he eventually manages to find a new house and with a bit of help makes it the home of his dreams.

This book is aimed at children aged 5-8 and would be a great story to read aloud to your children creating different voices for all the characters.

Children will really enjoy this charming book, encouraging an interest in reading which is a great way to help them learn.

With full colour illustrations to help the children visualise the characters in the book this is sure to be a favourite with regular requests for time spent with Marty and his Friends!

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Ceramic Story Borosilicate Glass Teapot, Teakettle Stovetop Safe,1100ml

Product Features

  • Handblown, made of durable borosilicate glass
  • Drip-free spout,lead free,easy to carry with heat-resistant bamboo handle
  • Suitable for water, tea, coffee, milk or any other beverages
  • Gas stovetop &electric ceramic stovetop & microwave safe
  • Provides timeless beauty when accessorizing your kitchen

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