The Greatest Thing Since Sliced Bread


Author: Don Robertson

On a quiet autumn afternoon in 1944, nine-year-old Morris Bird III decides to visit a friend who lives on the other side of town. So he grabs the handle of his red wagon and, with his little sister in tow, begins an incredible pilgrimage across Cleveland . . . and out of childhood forever.,,Set against the backdrop of one of the worst industrial disasters in American history….Read More

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