James O. Howland,
James Howland lives alone in his family home in Hartland, Vermont. He has a daughter, two sons and seven grandchildren, all living in Vermont.
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Name a Woodchuck
in a Hurry
James O. Howland
|You Can't Name a Woodchuck in a Hurry is a delightful collection of nearly 50 vignettes written by a native Vermonter who in his more than four score & one years, farmed the rocky hills sides, worked for various Vermont Human Service Agencies as a Probation and Parole Officer, Rehabilitation councilor, and served as an Assistant Judge in the Windsor County Superior Court. In You Can't Name a Woodchuck in a Hurry, you will not only learn why Vermonters love with a sad/glad approach to life but why it is that way.
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