Headin' for the Rhubarb!: A New Hampshire Dictionary (Well, Kinda)

Headin for the Rhubarb A New Hampshire Dictionary Well Kinda Hilarious New Hampshire storyteller Rebecca Rule performs in every nook and cranny of the state so you can bet she knows how to speak and understand the local language In Headin for the Rhubarb she

  • Title: Headin' for the Rhubarb!: A New Hampshire Dictionary (Well, Kinda)
  • Author: Rebecca Rule
  • ISBN: 9781934031445
  • Page: 256
  • Format: Paperback
  • Hilarious New Hampshire storyteller Rebecca Rule performs in every nook and cranny of the state, so you can bet she knows how to speak and understand the local language In Headin for the Rhubarb, she shares that knowledge to help visitors, transplants, and natives alike make sense of the state s unique vernacular and pronunciations And she has a good time doing it

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    One thought on “Headin' for the Rhubarb!: A New Hampshire Dictionary (Well, Kinda)”

    1. The normally taciturn librarian became very animated when I checked this book out. Ms. Rule is a storyteller, and apparently something of a local treasure. And she's quite a hoot, as I discovered while reading. I'll have to catch one of her talks in person one of these days. Just a few of the things I learned:Glacial erratic -- when the glacier went through, it picked up boulders and deposited them in strange places. That’s what we call the huge boulders in the middle of everything. “Hotter [...]

    2. I am not from New Hampshire, but am married to someone who is. Rebecca Rule knows how to tell a story, particularly one with dry New Hampshire humor. I was enjoying this "glossary" with accompanying stories, but then began reading some entries aloud to my wife who began to split a gut with laughter. So, that's how I finished the book, reading aloud and laughing hysterically while learning some of the subtleties of New Hampshire speak. The "gazetteer" in back covers many NH place names with some [...]

    3. 3.1/5* was too similar to a Maine book. Terms such as crackadon- morning; hoozie whiskers - person w/ a beard who you can't recall his name; stick to your knittin'- mind your business; Piscataqua River - from the Abenaki, meaning grumpy swimming cat

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