Old Ben

Old Ben

Jesse Stuart James M. Gifford Chuck D. Charles / Jan 20, 2020

Old Ben For Shan it began as an ordinary summer s day He was doing what he liked best walking barefoot down a wellworn cow path to a clover field where he knew a sweet apple tree grew Then he met Old Ben a

  • Title: Old Ben
  • Author: Jesse Stuart James M. Gifford Chuck D. Charles
  • ISBN: 9780945084235
  • Page: 160
  • Format: Paperback
  • For Shan, it began as an ordinary summer s day He was doing what he liked best, walking barefoot down a wellworn cow path to a clover field where he knew a sweet apple tree grew Then he met Old Ben, a big bull black snake, sunning himself in the clover, and that summer day and all the days that followed, until early fall, became extraordinary The only good snake is aFor Shan, it began as an ordinary summer s day He was doing what he liked best, walking barefoot down a wellworn cow path to a clover field where he knew a sweet apple tree grew Then he met Old Ben, a big bull black snake, sunning himself in the clover, and that summer day and all the days that followed, until early fall, became extraordinary The only good snake is a dead snake That s what Shan s father had always said But Old Ben with his gentle, friendly ways changed that saying and brought a new understanding about snakes to every member of Shan s family This text refers to the hardcover edition of this title

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      • Jesse Stuart James M. Gifford Chuck D. Charles

        Jesse Hilton Stuart was an American writer known for writing short stories, poetry, and novels about Southern Appalachia Born and raised in Greenup County, Kentucky, Stuart relied heavily on the rural locale of Northeastern Kentucky for his writings Stuart was named the Poet Laureate of Kentucky in 1954 He died at Jo Lin nursing home in Ironton, Ohio, which is near his boyhood home.


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