Growing up Snook

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Growing up Snook is the story of my life from my earliest memory to that of the end of my Senior year in high school. It is a humorous memoir, and it deals with a very large family of 11 children sharing one bathroom and a kindred spirit. It is about friendships, childhood and memories that endure a lifetime. More

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About David Snook

I am the father of three children, the step-father of a daughter, and I live in an ex-funeral home with my new wife of almost three years.

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Mrs W reviewed on Aug. 10, 2011
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Well I just bought this book...Laughed so hard at the free pages, had to know about the rest of this family's antics..You are an awesome storyteller I must say...I hope the rest of the book is a good as the teaser....BTW we are the two old white haired folks that sit in the back row at church...

Pat Walker
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Kelly Snook reviewed on July 15, 2011

This is a great read! I love how funny stories were woven together with poignant memories to create a really candid look at life through Dave's eyes. I am proud to say that I already had access to the stories without written copy since I am privileged to be married to the author. Great job, honey!!
(reviewed 30 days after purchase)
JM Stevens reviewed on July 9, 2011
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the book is fantastic, funny, sad, and makes you happy to read it. i recommend all to read!! what is really great is i know the snooks family, and they are great, the mom is super.

joan of marion
give the book 5 stars.
(reviewed 23 days after purchase)
Shawna Pierce reviewed on July 9, 2011

David is a great storyteller. His account of the Snook family shenanigans made me literally laugh out loud and wish that I had the privilege of having so many brothers and sisters. Funny and endearing. I am considering instituting a game of "war" in the Snook fashion at my next family reunion.
(reviewed 23 days after purchase)
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