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Miss Hildreth Wore Brown

Miss Hildreth Wore Brown is a collection of 41 anecdotes about the author’s memories of growing up in the South.

The author explains this book was written at the suggestion of her husband as he heard her tell many of these stories over and over.  All I can say is thank you to her husband for this wonderful suggestion!

Each anecdote is very short.  Each one will make you laugh and at the same time you will learn a mini-lesson filled with wisdom.

I loved each of the anecdotes but some of my favorites are:  Directionally Challenged, Robert Redford, Breaking and Entering, Possum Queen, and A Southern Belle Errs.

What makes this book such a great read is the author writes exactly what she is thinks.  The reader will feel like they are right there beside her as she is telling these stories.

All readers will love this book but I would recommend that every woman read it.  If you had a stressful day, reading just one of these anecdotes will make you laugh and feel much better.    If you live in the North, you will see things might be a little different growing up in the South but the wisdom that comes from each of these essays would be the same no matter where you grew up.

Miss Hildreth Wore Brown is a very enjoyable, humorous and entertaining read.  I highly recommend this book to everyone who enjoys the humor we all see in our lives even though we might not recognize it as being funny at that very moment!