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THE KID NAMED PUNK

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by: Frank Katzenmeyer
Books with a 5 star rating  (6)
Publication Date: February 14, 2016
Book Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Pages: 126
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781682731468
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Book Synopsis
The life and times of this KID NAMED PUNK, takes the reader through my life from depression days, the heartaches of WW2,and the fond memories of growing up in small town America. The wisdom I have acquired from my parents and grandparents, the history of our ancestors coming to America. The love of big band swing music and dancing, being the author of "I REMEMBER THE SUGAR PALM CLUB", also in this book and a part of my life.
Customer Comments
Anonymous
Posted: March 26, 2016
Customer comment 0 star rating
Frank is a gifted writer capturing the mood of the person he is writing about. He wrote my success story, "Home IS WHERE THE HARP IS", and selling well, in person or thru Author House.
Pat Packer, St. Pete Beach, Florida
Anonymous
Posted: March 28, 2016
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A history within the authors life time.
Alan Davis
Posted: April 12, 2016
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I won't be reading this book. If the author cannot construct grammatically correct sentences in his promotional material, I fear the entire book will be a frustrating waste of time. It's also sad that the author is the only one so far providing his own reviews. At least until now.
Gayle Wheatley
Posted: April 26, 2016
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Hi Frank,
Just finished your book. Sure brought back lots of memories. On the other hand, I learned so much about your life. Congratulations. That is a lot of hard work. How you remember all those details is beyond me. I thought I had a good memory.
I remember your grape arbor...Concord, right? Please send me an email so we can discuss it more. Gayle (Kennedy) Wheatley
Phil Doherty
Posted: April 26, 2016
Customer comment 5 star rating
Frank is really 'FRANK'...
A real man, guy, friend, no B.S. !
Story is real, subject (objective subject) is real !!
My take...
Nice People, w/ a real story .....
Mike Driehorst
Posted: August 31, 2016
Customer comment 5 star rating
Frank Katzenmeyer’s The Kid Named Punk is written as if Mr. Katzenmeyer is there, with you, telling you the story, in a stream of consciousness. If you’re expecting the typical memoir, this book isn’t for you.

But, if you want a first-hand, interesting and in-depth look of life in America from the Great Depression through the first decade of the 21st century, this is a book to get.

I must add that my dad and Mr. Katzenmeyer were the best of friends growing up and through their work careers, regularly staying in touch, even with living in separate states. So, from my point of view, this book is a treasure, giving me insight into a lot of what my dad lived through and how he lived. Thank you, Mr. Katzenmeyer for that.