Boyhood Passion for Nature Develops into Teenage Interest with Opposite Sex

Every childhood clings to a secret place where senses are exaggerated … smells are more intoxicating, colors are more brilliant, sounds are more rousing, and experiences are more stimulating.
Pinkeens To Diddies
Pinkeens To Diddies
Dec. 4, 2009 - PRLog -- What in the world is a "pinkeen"? To a young boy growing up in 1940s Ireland, a pinkeen is a small fish with a pink underbelly. Pinkeens to Diddies is a charming, coming-of-age tale that delightfully tells the story of Brendan Harris, whose boyhood passion for nature evolves into an adolescent awareness of "diddies"—a symbol of female magnetism. As young Brendan awakens to the delights that surround him in his semi-rural village, he stumbles through confusion and embarrassment as he is introduced to some of life's tough realities: social differences, sexual development, and a mother whose good intentions often lead to disaster and humiliation. This book is sure to appeal to everyone who is interested in self-discovery, and the perils and pleasures of growing up.

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ISBN: 978-1-60860-978-9

About the Author:
David R. McCabe grew up in the countryside south of Dublin, Ireland, and now lives with his partner, Joan, in the north of England. Happily retired, David spends much of his time fly fishing with Joan and working on his next book.
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