7 edition of The farm on Nippersink Creek found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||F549.S696 M38 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||200 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||200|
|LC Control Number||94001930|
An Emmy award-winning storyteller and writer, Jim May’s stories are hilarious, touching, and filled with the many characters who populated the Illinois farming community where his family has lived since the s. His story collection, The Farm on Nippersink Creek, won a best book award from the Public Librarian Association, and his book, Trail Guide [ ]. Winding Creek Conservation Area features ancient oak grove remnants. It also hosts a high-quality portion of Nippersink Creek. A mile looped multipurpose hiking trail runs through restored prairie and woodland and circles the small 1-acre pond where anglers can fish for largemouth and pan fish.
But the Emmy-award winning storyteller, teacher and author of the critically acclaimed children's book, Farm on Nippersink Creek, also knows how to talk. For years May has been entertaining young and old audiences alike with his stories about life on the farm, bittersweet tales of loss, comedic romps through the Catholic community of Spring. Farm on Nippersink Creek: A Midwestern Boyhood (): Midwest storyteller Jim May has collected some of his best stories of his growing up on a farm, in a devoutly Catholic family, in rural Spring Grove, IL. Brenda Weisberg Meckler. Papa was a Farmer (): Jewish immigrants from Russia settled on a acre farm in southern Ohio in A Written:
Jim May is an Emmy Award-winning storyteller and writer. His collection of stories, THE FARM ON NIPPERSINK CREEK, won a best book award from the Public Librarian Association. He is cofounder of the Illinois Storytelling Festival and for 20 years it’s artistic director. Free 2-day shipping. Buy Farm on Nippersink Creek: Stories from a Midwestern Childhood at nd: Jim May.
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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Farm On Nippersink Creek.5/5(5). Nippersink Creek was the mighty Mississippi to any nine year old boy living in Spring Grove. We might have been too young to read Tom Sawyer, but we sure could live some of the same adventures of that great book.5/5(5).
Jim May is a professional, Emmy award-winning storyteller, teacher, and author of the critically acclaimed "Farm On Nippersink Creek" and a children's picture book, "The Boo Baby Meets The Ghost of.
Get this from a library. The farm on Nippersink Creek. [Jim May] -- As a professional storyteller, Jim May has told stories of his childhood for two decades and now he recaptures the essence of rural life in stories from his hometown in Illinois.
These stories. The oral tradition suffers in its translation to print in this flawed collection of raconteur May's stories about his upbringing as a Catholic farmboy in Spring Grove, Illinois. Misunderstandings of papal dogma—a recurrent theme—initially provide some winsome moments.
In ``The Age of Reason,'' the young author's fear of death (sparked by the demise of a cow) results in attempts to save Author: Jim May. Buy a cheap copy of The Farm On Nippersink Creek (American book by Jim May. Likened by critics to Garrison Keillor only more deliberate and elegiac Jim May writes the stories of his youth, growing up in the rural Midwest between the Truman Free shipping over $/5(2).
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About this. Jim May writes the stories of his youth, growing up in the rural Midwest between the Truman and the JFK eras, where trading stories was as common as trading horses, and frequently required the same skills. Neighboring, as his mother called it, was part of the social fabric.
These 18 poignant and humorous stories of life's joys and trials told with the freshness of youth, yet tempered with the. Farm on Nippersink Creek Jim May, Author August House Publishers $ (p) ISBN Buy this book. Professional storyteller May presents low-key, elegiac accounts of small-town.
Jim May has 36 books on Goodreads with ratings. Jim May’s most popular book is Farm on Nippersink Creek. Jim May grew up in the 's, among farm people who had lived along Illinois's Nippersink Creek for generations.
Stories told around the kitchen tables, front porches, and horse-trading barns brought laughs, inspired love, and helped ease the sometimes tragic turn of life's events. Speaking in the. COVID Resources.
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The Nippersink Creek flows for 23 miles in the Illinois River / Fox River (Illinois River tributary) watershed, mostly in McHenry County, Illinois, but enters the Fox river / Chain O'Lakes in Lake County, Illinois.
According to stastics from the USGS station at Spring Grove, Illinois, Nippersink Creek has a mean annual discharge of cubic feet per second. Nippersink Public Library District, Richmond, Illinois.
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FREE Shipping on $35 or Brand: August House Publishers, Inc.The Farm on Nippersink Creek (BOOK) Stories from a Midwestern Childhood by Jim May $ ISBN In the days between Truman and JFK, growing up in the rural Midwest was simple matter: Dads marched in the Memorial Day parade and taught their sons to care for the livestock and the land.Jim May grew up in the 's, among farm people who had lived along Illinois's Nippersink Creek for generations.