Author Joe Just’s new book “Frankie and Me Went Walking” is a beautifully written reflection on the formative adventures of two young boys in the postwar years.

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Recent release “Frankie and Me Went Walking” from Page Publishing author Joe Just is a poignant and nostalgic memoir of a young boy and his best friend growing up in a small New York town in the forties and fifties. From the hilarious to the horrifying, this evocative collection of memories brings a bygone era of a midcentury immigrant town to life.

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Joe Just, a child of the American postwar era, has published his new book “Frankie and Me Went Walking”: a powerful story of a midcentury American childhood.

Joe writes, “They went walking together in those days. Most of them were children of immigrants, and they found adventure, joy, mystery and hope in their travels together. They learned to handle danger, discrimination and failure. What they found together was a series of laughter and belief in themselves. The walks gave them satisfaction in the way they lived, and determination to stay ahead of any negative experiences. Walk along with them and experience a near fantasy explanation of things they were not old enough to fully understand.”

Published by Page Publishing, Joe Just’s engrossing book is a compelling portrait of a young boy’s joyful mischief and the loss of innocence as he is forced to confront the ugly realities of the human experience.

Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase“Frankie and Me Went Walking” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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