Terri Schlichenmeyer: This look back into America’s history is a hard one to put down
Your summer wasn’t long enough.
For starters, May graduations spilled into June. There were reunions, a July vacation, cookouts in August, work and yard work, ball games, kids’ activities, conferences and yikes, your summer was over before you had a chance to enjoy it.
Yep, it was too short – but just how meaningful was it? In the new book “One Summer: America 1927” by Bill Bryson, you’ll read about five warm, highly influential months in history.
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