The Boy Who Really, Really Wanted to Have Sex

The Boy Who Really, Really Wanted to Have Sex

The Memoir of A Fat Kid

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Baker & Taylor
The author describes his childhood in a working class family in the Midwest as he made his way through two states, five grade schools, and over two hundred pounds.

Independent Publishing Group
In his first memoir, John gives readers an honest and often mischievous look at his working-class childhood in Midwestern America. This intimate, biting look into John’s transient family takes readers through two states, five grade schools, 210 pounds, and a lifetime of insecurity. Like Dickens’s David Copperfield, he hopes to be the hero of his own story, but unlike David Copperfield, he is a fat boy who breaks kids’ noses in karate and has fantasies of living in a nudist camp with his kindergarten teacher. He saves his family at age four but unwittingly commits a felony at age eight. From an explosive night living in an Illinois trailer park to tumultuous father-son bonding at the flea market, John gives the skinny on life being fat. Hilarious and poignant, John shows readers that, in the end, remembering one’s bitter past can, in fact, be sweet.


Publisher: Ashford, Connecticut :, Elephant Rock Books,, 2017
Copyright Date: ©2017
ISBN: 9780996864954
Branch Call Number: BIO McNally MCN
Characteristics: 181 pages ;,21 cm

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