Kimmel, Haven,1965-

A girl named Zippy :growing up small in Mooreland, Indiana /Haven Kimmel.
New York :Doubleday,c2001.

275 p. :ill. ;22 cm.

Baby book -- Hair -- The lion -- Qualities of lights, or disasters -- Involving animals -- Julie hit me three times -- Daniel -- There she is -- Blood of the Lamb -- Unexpected injuries -- The kindness of strangers -- Favors for friends -- Haunted houses -- Professionals -- Chance -- A short list of things my father lost gambling -- The world of ideas -- Location -- Diner -- Slumber party -- ESP -- Interior design -- Cemetery -- Drift away -- Reading list -- Arisen -- The social gospel -- The letter.

In this memoir, the author "takes readers back to a time when small-town America was caught in the amber of the innocent post-war period--people helped their neighbors, went to church on Sunday, and kept barnyard animals in their backyards."--Jacket.

1.Kimmel, Haven,--1965---Childhood and youth.1.Girls--Indiana--Mooreland--Biography.2.City and town life--Indiana--Mooreland.
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