That’s How It Was: Operation Finders Keepers comes under “interesting children’s fiction” category. This is a unique children’s book because it is primarily done in letter format. Set in the late 1960s, the letters are to Randy Ray’s future family. His ten-year-old self shares his perspective on people, animals, and faith as he contemplates whimsical and not-so-whimsical career choices. The story begins with Randy Ray’s daughters’ searching their grandmother’s trunk for their father’s “ME” book. Who would have guessed that a class assignment would lead to captured moments in time waiting to be discovered by his daughters thirty-seven years later! His letters allow his daughters, Sarah and Melissa, to get to know the boy who became their father, and understand the essence of what it means to grow up country. That’s How It Was: Operation Finders Keepers is a multigenerational story of past meets present. Playfully illustrated, it is a funny, light, easy-to-read, nostalgic look at growing up on an American mid-west farm.
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