Little Rumley Man

Little Rumley Man

With a little mischief and the help of an unexpected friend, Jack learns a lot about his favorite tractor and becomes a little Rumely man.

About the Book

Eight-year-old farm boys like Jack dream big. Jack spends summer days sitting on the coal box of Pa’s Advance-Rumely Universal steam engine wishing he was big enough to help thresh wheat. Soon, pictures in Pa’s tractor book have Jack dreaming of a 16-30 Rumely OilPull belted up to an Ideal separator on Pa’s back 40. Before long, Jack comes up with a secret plan to check out a Rumely OilPull. With a little mischief and the help of an unexpected friend, Jack learns a lot about his favorite tractor and becomes a little Rumely man.

Learn more about the book and its author at Beth-Douglass-Silcox.com.

About the Author
Beth Douglass Silcox

Beth Douglass Silcox is a professional writer with a Bachelors of Science in journalism from Indiana State University. She writes human-interest features and stories about people, businesses, and philanthropic causes for entrepreneurial magazines, companies, and non-profit organizations. Little Rumely Man is her first children’s book and is roughly based on her grandfather’s love of Rumely OilPulls. Beth lives in central Indiana with her family and looks forward to the first weekend in August each year, when she returns to her hometown for the Pioneer Engineers Club of Indiana’s annual reunion. You can see more of her work at Beth-Douglass-Silcox.com.

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