Childhood, Friendship, and Mentors Unfold in a Book
Online PR News – 04-August-2017 – Boston was a small, one-traffic-light town in South Georgia and home to three boys, Jerry, Al, and Keith, who grew up and attended school there. The book, Coming of Age in Boston, Georgia 1938-1959 welcomes the reader to the special, unspoiled town full of zest and vibrant people who had significant influence on the boys childhoods.
Authors Keith Huddleston, Jerry Alderman and Allan Bruces book allows its readers to take a peek into their childhood and the friendships that formed among the boys.
Its that friendship which allowed them to have such a continuing bond when they grew up. They know each other well and are entirely comfortable around one another.
The book shows that childhood friendships, over the years, can morph into genuine adult relationships of caring, sharing, and labors of love. These three friends go an epic journey together in composing their separate impressions of growing up in Boston, Georgia. Their easy and life-long friendship is a reminder of how we should support our friends, both emotionally and physically.
The plot follows three boys who recount numerous experiences and the different mentors they shared together from childhood to adolescence in the nineteen forties and fifties.
Coming of Age in Boston, Georgia 1938-1959, is a varied collection of real-life stories, honest thoughts, vital events, and achievements that shaped the boys as they matured into manhood. The book includes 57 nostalgic and lost-in-time photographs of the town, parents, teachers, and the kids who grew up with these boys.
About the Authors:
|Gene Keith Huddleston / Jerry Wayne Alderman / James Allan Bruce|