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| Home Town Summer|
|Author Vicki Bartholomew|
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| This slice-of-life play takes place present day in a
small town in Oklahoma.|
R.J. Whitman brings his family to live in his boyhood hometown after years of living abroad. While R.J. reunites with his large extended family and old high school friends, his children struggle to make new friends.
His son has an especially difficult time because he has never learned to play baseball like the other hometown boys. The older daughter is not welcomed by the teenaged hometown girls because she inadvertently snatches someone else's boyfriend. His youngest daughter is the only one who learns to get along with her new cousins and enjoy small town life.
And R.J. is so busy reminiscing that his wife Diane must find her niche in this small country town with little help from her husband. Humor and love hold the Whitmans together as they make a new home.