THROUGH A RUBY WINDOW – a Martha’s Vineyard Childhood (Book)
©1995, 2008 Susan Klein
These stories are about a less-complicated time – the 1950s and early ‘60s, a time when children had independence and freedom of movement unknown in many places today. Life was long on opportunities for exploration and discovery and short on parameters and confining rules. Hence, we participated daily in creative thinking and creative problem solving—resourcefulness training at its best.
The hardcover book by the same name is available below. Note: the audio is delivered in oral language. The book is in that other language – the written word. If the contrast of those languages tantalizes you, these will provide a sufficient comparative study.
- “It is truly a beautifully written book and I recommend it to anyone who would like to be transported to another time and place for just a short time.” - Amazon reviewer
- “...a collection of stories that will warm your heart, and sometimes make you laugh out loud.” - Amazon reviewer