THE MAN WHO WALKED BACKWARD: An American Dreamer's Search for Meaning in the Great Depression
The true story of Plennie Wingo who, at the height of the Great Depression, set out to walk backward around the world. The author follows Wingo's trek across America, the Atlantic, through Germany, Turkey and beyond. Montgomery describes the daring physical feats, grueling hardships, and comical misadventures Wingo encountered along the way.
Publisher: Little, Brown
Item #: 2784688
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