If you can remember the days before computers and video games, you will recall that your best times were spent outdoors with other kids. The ability to create adventure shaped the hopes and dreams of the Baby Boomer generation.
The Streets of our Youth follows the hilarious and sometimes embarrassing adventures of Richey Storm and the Draden Tribe, a club of 10- to 14-year-old boys caught up in the tumultuous and changing days of 1960s. The novel begins on November 22, 1963, the day President Kennedy was shot. The boys are facing a weekend without cartoons or Tarzan! What will they do????
Join Richey and the Tribe as they tackle the challenges of boredom, the joys of the holidays, the pain of dealing with girls, and attempting death-defying antics that only unbridled youth would dare try. The children of the ‘60s lived life to the fullest, armed only with their imagination.
About the Author
Ron Stelle grew up in southwest Houston, Texas. He joined the U.S. Navy in 1978, which took him to Virginia Beach, Virginia, where he retired in 2001. He has one daughter, Phoebe, and two step-children, Michelle and Mitch. He now resides outside Chicago with his wife, Sandy, and their many pets. He is preparing his next offering to the literary world.