FINDING OUT ABOUT A BRAVE RELATIVE CHANGES A GIRL CHANGES MIND ABOUT THE IMPORTANCE OF HER HERITAGE

SABBATH  SUSAN SOLOMON 

51W-kHEWKMLSusan wants to go to her friend’s party. She does not want to go to her grandparents’ house. But as she learns about a great aunt she never knew, and more about her Jewish heritage, she reconsiders the importance of family.

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May 4, 2019

Format: Kindle Edition

SABBATH SUSAN SOLOMON

14 year old Susan has no interest in going to Grandma and Grandpas for the Sabbath meal. She’d rather party with friends. However much to her surprise she loves hearing stories of her great Aunt Shoshana who fought for what she believed in. This is a neat short story that depicts the traditions of Jewish families and their faith. Great for anyone who wants to learn about their Hebrew heritage. 5 stars for this fast and enlightening read.

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About The Owl Lady

Viv Drewa is a Michigan native who has enjoyed reading and writing since 1963. Though she studied medicinal chemistry at the University of Michigan, her passion has always been writing. She had been awarded third place for her nonfiction short story about her grandfather's escape from Poland. Later, she rewrote this story and was published in the "Polish American Journal" as "From the Pages of Grandfather's Life" and has republished it on Amazon.com as a short story. Viv took creative and journalism courses to help in her transition to fulfill her dream of becoming a writer. She worked as an intern for Port Huron's 'The Times Herald", and also wrote, edited and did the layout or the Blue Water Multiple Sclerosis newsletter "Thumb Prints." She also has a business promoting authors. Owl and Pussycat Book Promotions. Viv, her husband Bob and their cat Princess, live in Fort Gratiot, Michigan.
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