Stray Cat People Stray Cat People Jack OReilly

ISBN: 9781609113742

Published: May 21st 2010


322 pages


Stray Cat People Stray Cat People  by  Jack OReilly

Stray Cat People Stray Cat People by Jack OReilly
May 21st 2010 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 322 pages | ISBN: 9781609113742 | 9.23 Mb

In the 1900s rural South, Padraig, an Irish doctor, and Miss Nativity, a rural schoolmarm, are at the center of a tale about the consequences of pigeonholing people. Although Miss Nativity is comely, her skills and tenacity are revealed as she maintains order in her classroom and consistently puts the childrens learning first. Padraig strives to fix folks, not only medically, but also emotionally. His attraction to Miss Nativity introduces them to rounders, bullies, local patriarchs, gossips, snakes, and a host of broken folks, including some of the towns children.

Their journey of teaching and healing is dotted with boxing matches, arm pulls, foot races, rumors, and delicious pranks. Author Jack OReilly is inspired by people who have open hearts and open minds. After college, he taught English and coached basketball. Later, he earned his Masters Degree from Central Michigan University and his doctoral degree from Arizona State University. Afterward he served as a school administrator and associate professor. OReilly has always been fascinated with the art of storytelling. He grew up in Michigan and now lives in Conway, Arkansas.

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