The memories of a boy growing up in a family of ten children in Ontario in the 1940s, 50s and 60s.
With photos and stories, Bill Coderre brings his boyhood to life.
The book includes a boy's imaginary life as a secret agent.
William (Bill) Coderre (1942-2012) spent his working life as a scientific researcher, manager and marketer, then as a technology transfer specialist, policy maker, science diplomat and corporate developer. In his private life he was a genealogist, cross-country skier, marathoner, singer, dancer and writer of Gilbert and Sullivan topical humour.
Publish Date September 29, 2011
DimensionsTrade 222 pgs
Black and White printing (on cream uncoated paper)