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by Haven Kimmel

Author: Haven Kimmel
Language: English
Publisher: Broadway Books; Second Printing edition (2002)
Pages: 275 pages
Category: Biographies
Rating: 4.6
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CONTENTS Title Page Dedication Epigraph Prologue Baby Book Hair The Lion Qualities of Light, or Disasters Involving . A Guide for Reading Groups. Also by Haven Kimmel. Praise for A Girl Named Zippy.

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From Library Journal. In this first book, Kimmel has written a love letter to her hometown of Mooreland, IN, a town with an unchanging population of 300 in America's heartland. Nicknamed "Zippy" for her energetic interpretation of a circus monkey, she could not be bothered to speak until she was three years old, and her first words involved bargaining with her father about whether or not a baby bottle was still appropriate.

Haven Kimmel was born in New Castle, Indiana, and was raised in Mooreland, Indiana, the focus of her bestselling memoir, A Girl Named Zippy: Growing up Small in Mooreland, Indiana

Haven Kimmel was born in New Castle, Indiana, and was raised in Mooreland, Indiana, the focus of her bestselling memoir, A Girl Named Zippy: Growing up Small in Mooreland, Indiana. Kimmel earned her undergraduate degree in English and creative writing from Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana and a graduate degree from North Carolina State University, where she studied with novelist Lee Smith. She also attended seminary at the Earlham School of Religion in Richmond, Indiana.

A Girl Named Zippy book. When Haven Kimmel was born in 1965 in Mooreland, Indiana, it was a sleepy little hamlet of three hundred people. Nicknamed "Zippy" for the way she would bolt around the house, this small girl was possessed of big eyes and even bigger ears. In this witty and lovingly told memoir, Kimmel takes readers back to a time when small-town America was caught in the amber of the When Haven Kimmel was born in 1965 in Mooreland, Indiana, it was a sleepy little hamlet of three hundred people.

Growing Up Small in Mooreland Indiana. Haven Kimmel introduces us to a slew of eccentric Mooreland residents, from the grumpy drugstore owner to the postman who only delivers the mail he approves of. How do various communities-big cities and small towns alike-define eccentricity? Were Mooreland's attempts at homogeneity and clean living successful?

About A Girl Named Zippy. When Haven Kimmel was born in 1965, Mooreland, Indiana, was a sleepy little hamlet of three hundred people

About A Girl Named Zippy. The New York Times bestselling memoir about growing up in small-town Indiana, from the author of The Solace of Leaving Early. When Haven Kimmel was born in 1965, Mooreland, Indiana, was a sleepy little hamlet of three hundred people. Nicknamed Zippy for the way she would bolt around the house, this small girl was possessed of big eyes and even bigger ears.

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A Girl Named Zippy Kimmel, Haven Random House (USA) 9780767915052 : The New York Times bestselling memoir about growing up in small-town Indiana . A Girl Named Zippy, Kimmel, Haven. Варианты приобретения.

A Girl Named Zippy Kimmel, Haven Random House (USA) 9780767915052 : The New York Times bestselling memoir about growing up in small-town Indiana, from the author of The Solace of Leaving.

The New York Times bestselling memoir about growing up in small-town Indiana, from the author of The Solace of Leaving Early. When Haven Kimmel was born in 1965, Mooreland, Indiana, was a sleepy little hamlet of three hundred people. Nicknamed "Zippy" for the way she would bolt around the house, this small girl was possessed of big eyes and even bigger ears. In this witty and lovingly told memoir, Kimmel takes readers back to a time when small-town America was caught in the amber of the innocent postwar period–people helped their neighbors, went to church on Sunday, and kept barnyard animals in their backyards. Laced with fine storytelling, sharp wit, dead-on observations, and moments of sheer joy, Haven Kimmel's straight-shooting portrait of her childhood gives us a heroine who is wonderfully sweet and sly as she navigates the quirky adult world that surrounds Zippy.