"The Kentaboo Kids" - Kentucky Memoir Describes the Great Depression and War Years
This true story takes place in Kentaboo, a street on the dividing line between Florence and Erlanger, Kentucky.
Says Jacqueline Warner, “My sister Polly and I were not always Kentaboo kids. Until 1942, we were part of a close, loving community of family and friends. The Kentaboo Kids tells about these early years, followed by frequent moves, being lonely latchkey kids in a city apartment, moving to a farm, and finally coming to Kentaboo, where we again became part of a close community.
THE KENTABOO KIDS (ISBN: 978-1-62857-
About the Author: Jacqueline Vater Warner was born in 1934 in Newport, Kentucky. When she was six months old and her older sister Polly was six years old, the family moved to Grant’s Lick, Kentucky. In 1942, when Polly was 14 and the author was eight, World War II made it necessary to move back to Newport. After two years in the city, they moved to another farm, but only stayed a year. In 1945, they moved to Kentaboo, where the author still lives. She taught school for 27 years, before retiring in 2001. She has five children, six grandsons, and five great-grandchildren.
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