The Rangity Tango Kids by Lorraine RomingerThe Rangity Tango Kids by Lorraine Rominger

The Rangity Tango Kids

byLorraine Rominger

Paperback | July 12, 2016

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The Rangity Tango Kids is the story of a fifth-generation, German Catholic farm family in 1950s and 1960s California, narrated by the eldest of 17 grandchildren. Born into a loving, hard-working, highly competitive family, and united by a strong faith, every day was an adventure growing up on a bucolic American farm, a way of life that is rapidly disappearing. The land provided her, her siblings and cousins with a sense of place, an upbringing steeped in rituals and traditions that was in stark contrast with the values and preoccupations of the outside world. When the Rangity Tango Kids' coming-of-age rebellion ran wild, they were often tangled up in the family's strict morals and values. Regardless of the situation or conflict, the kids were surrounded by a swarm of loving relatives who put their arms around them and stuck together, no matter what.

Title:The Rangity Tango KidsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:270 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.61 inPublished:July 12, 2016Publisher:Untreed Reads PublishingLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:194544701X

ISBN - 13:9781945447013

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"The cadence of Rominger's narrative style is soundly evocative of the world she brings to life in The Rangity Tango Kids. Growing up on a California farm riding horses and motorcycles, Rominger figured out where her heart was. The rich story of how to be a great family, to overcome challenges together, and to win in the end is one you won't want to miss."-ROBERT REDFORD"From the ground it looks like a falcon flies in circles. It actually rises flying over the same territory to a new, higher level. Rominger's life and charming book are like this. She was born to a traditional, religious, farm family with the kind of old-fashioned values and principles politicians rant about and rarely practice. Lorraine's story melds the best of true conservatism, neither Right nor Left, with a huge human heart. I loved this book."-PETER COYOTE