By Philip Ratzer

Vividly and lovingly recreates a urban child's summer season within the Catskills within the 1950s.

The 12 months is 1958. Philip, a twelve-year-old child from the Bronx, is preparing for his family’s annual journey upstate, the place he’ll spend the summer time in a bungalow colony within the tiny village of Loch Sheldrake, ny, a remote fairyland of mountains, lakes, starry nights, and dewy mornings. together with his colony associates, he’ll discover the woods and fields, have an array of adventures, or even adventure the precise appeal of a formative years summer season romance. It was once a time and position of amazing stories wistfully regarded again upon fifty years later, and lovingly recalled in Philip Ratzer’s memoir. What younger Philip didn’t recognize was once that there could by no means be one other summer time like this one.

He was once no longer by myself. within the Fifties, approximately thousand bungalow colonies dotted the nation-state of Sullivan and Ulster counties, catering to an envisioned a million humans a 12 months who spent all or a part of their summer time in “The Mountains.” between them have been numerous young children like Philip, who this present day hold with them the fondest of thoughts and a nostalgic eager for a helpful second in time that could by no means be equaled. at the present time, they locate themselves returning to the rustic, looking for the areas the place they stayed goodbye in the past, basically to discover that the area has replaced much in fifty years, and time has a manner of erasing all proof of a global that was once. Bungalow child vividly recreates what it was once wish to be a urban child within the Catskills within the Nineteen Fifties, and reaches out to all these teenagers, now grown, who might a great deal wish to cross back.

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