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Mama, I Met A New Friend at the Diner Today. He Said He Would Be My Forever Friend!

Mama, I Met A New Friend at the Diner Today. He Said He Would Be My Forever Friend!

by Sandy Black

About The Book

In the 1950s, diners became a stable just like grandma's apple pie. As they grew and dotted the American landscape, they took on a life of their own—a gathering place where a farmer in bib overalls could sit on a red stool with the president of a bank and have a simple hamburger and shake. Diners were a place where one could hear the newest gossip, current events, or just hang out and listen to the jukebox and have a soda with the next generation. War, the Depression, significant inventions, and innovations of the Industrial Revolution brought about many cultural changes. Diners, however, continued to be an integral part of communities and rural America for decades to come. Many forever friends and forever lovers developed in the diners and some spanned decades.

Publication date December 03,2022
Language English
ISBN 979-8-88622-599-0 (Paperback)
979-8-88622-600-3 (Hardback)
979-8-88622-601-0 (E-BOOK)
Genre Nonfiction, History
Pages 44
Interior Color Black and White
Book Size 6.000" x 9.000" (229mm x 152mm)

About The Author

Sandy Black is retired from corporate public airs and community relations. On her bucket list was to write a book before her eightieth birthday. Raised on a farm in the Midwest, she currently lives in Show Low, Arizona. Old Barns, Red Barns, and the Stories ey Tell is her first novel. Visit her at --This text refers to the paperback edition.


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