Crackers and Oranges


Beecher, Carmen

This memoir is a story of life in a small town before computers, cell phones, GPS, and water bottled in plastic. It is a tribute to a different way of life, a slower time, and some incredibly strong people who survived the Great Depression and World War II by sheer determination and hard work.


“Excellent book! The writers hand drawn pictures are great. Gives a great description of rural Florida life in the 1950s.” — reviewed by Kirk Sackett.

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