My Floating Grandmother, by Gerald Schnitzer
Panic was a permanent guest in the Schnitzer’s home during the 1920s. They celebrated life, but never in moderation. Thanks to Gerald’s grandmother acting as a traffic cop on an emotional oasis, order was restored. Before her death, Grandma Sarah discovered the calming waters off Coney Island. She never learned to swim, not a stroke, but she could float, sometimes out of sight of land – but that’s another story.
Biographies & Memoir
9 x 6, 284 pages
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