When the Roll is Called a Pyonder

by Diana Zimmerman

A Preview of the forthcoming memoir

Comments for When the Roll is Called a Pyonder

  • christina

    On May 2, 2014 christina wrote:

    Diana does a great job of telling us about a unique culture from a child's perspective. It all rings true. Funny, sad and sweet. I can't wait to read this book.

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  • Susan E.

    On May 2, 2014 Susan E. wrote:

    I LOVE THIS! And, I get it. I'm smiling thinking about my shenanigans as a kid on the farm. Once I wrote 'spies' on my window screen with a sharpie. That did not go over well, and no one thought it was cute. Love it!

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  • Rick N

    On May 7, 2014 Rick N wrote:

    I've read Diana's book of poetry and loved it. This is a new direction for her and she tells her tales perfectly from the perspective of a young child growing up on a farm.

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  • Patrick L

    On May 8, 2014 Patrick L wrote:

    Diana's writing is wonderful. To me, she has a wonderful ability to take something that maybe we see everyday, shine a light on it with words and re-present it to me in a way that makes me think about it differently. Maybe all art does that in a way...

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  • Wanda D

    On May 20, 2014 Wanda D wrote:

    Life and logic as seen through the eyes of a child is so refreshing, before cynicism replaces curiosity. Reminds me very much of my own childhood.

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