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December 09, 2010

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foolery

The illustrations are beautiful, Marcy. We even looked on the internet to find pictures of the neighborhood and the church. Cant wait to bake the biscotti (the actual recipe from Mr. Dotis grandma is in the back of the book).

Marcy Massura

Isnt it wonderful! I am waiting on my copy to arrive...but oh I can hardly wait!

My husband was born in Chicago. As the son of Italian immigrants no less. I can not wait to give him a copy!

foolery

Lisa, I wanted that exact experience, so I bought my copy for the girls way before Christmas in order to enjoy it through the season. Thanks Lisa!

lisa mertins

thanks for posting this laurie! its such a great honor to be affiliated with bringing president doti's childhood story to life!

at a reading of the book at orange public library, i watched the faces of the kids and parents...what a pleasure to see!

cheers and merry christmas too :)

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