About the Book
Sam also learns many valuable life lessons from the tenants there, not the least of which are tolerance and acceptance, but the most important is that friends come in all shapes, colors, sizes, backgrounds and ages.
Features & Details
- Primary Category: Family History / Family Tree
- Additional Categories Literature & Fiction Books, Inspiration
Project Option: 6×9 in, 15×23 cm
# of Pages: 164
- Hardcover, Dust Jacket: 9781006424588
- Softcover: 9781006424595
- Publish Date: Oct 07, 2021
- Language English
- Keywords Teens, Family, Young Adult
A ‘late bloomer,’ having gone to college in her thirties to prove to her mother that she could, but also because she was an out of work single mother with no marketable skills, Carol worked as a stitcher in a clothing factory to support her two children and graduated from Plymouth State College in NH at the age of 42 with a B.A. degree in Anthropology/ Sociology, and a minor in English. Carol put off writing and had several ‘real jobs’, including as a proof reader on a small local newspaper, finally managing to end up in high tech sales and at a local Chamber of Commerce. Carol lives in Dover, NH with her Israeli husband and two cats. Now retired and a grandmother of three lovely grown girls, Carol has decided to put to pen all the lessons she’s learned from years of experience, much to the delight of her younger husband, who feels that she could, maybe, let him retire one day soon, since the cats refuse to work.