It’s true that a picture’s worth a thousand words. In that spirit, here are a few books for you to look at. Contact me to get started on your book now.
Tale of the author’s harrowing escape from Hitler’s Germany thanks to the Kindertransport, a rescue effort devised by concerned citizens of the United Kingdom by which 10,000 children were rescued on the eve of World War II.
(Available at Amazon.com)
A student of history, the author brings to life the visceral impact of the forces that shaped her development: her immigrant ancestors, World War II, and her resolute belief in America’s virtue.
A collection of poems and prose pieces. Reveals the author’s
irrepressible spirit as she reviews her life, exploring the
spectrum of human experience from searing loss to
Coming of age during the Depression, the narrator recalls his younger days when he was active in sports and served in the Navy. His four daughters complete the story with their own recollections and a wealth of photos and documents commemorating his life.
A gripping discussion of the impact of WWII on the narrator’s life as a young newlywed. Other developments include her decision to return to school—a lifelong dream—at the age of forty-seven, and the evolution of her religious faith from childhood to present day.
Observations and recollections of the narrator’s early years, his military service, career, and family life. Conveys his energetic personality and devotion to ideals of service and community.
A tribute to the subject’s life, composed of memories, impressions, photographs, letters, and other memorabilia contributed by her daughters and her grandchildren.
First in a series of volumes about the author’s life and family
background, beginning with this genealogical investigation
of his father’s ancestry.