A treasure trove of common sense from two very uncommon women
As devoted readers of Adriana Trigiani's "New York Times" bestselling novels know, this "seemingly effortless storyteller" ("Boston Globe") frequently draws inspiration from her own family history, in particular, the lives of her two remarkable grandmothers, who have found their way into all of Trigiani's treasured novels. In "Don't Sing at the Table," this much-beloved writer has gathered their estimable life lessons, revealing how her grandmothers' simple values have shaped her own life, sharing the experiences, humor, and wisdom of her beloved mentors that will delight readers of all ages.
|Paperback Book, 243 pages||English|
|Harperluxe (Nov. 9th, 2010)||Unknown|
|9780062002501||6.04 x 9.12 x 0.65 inches|