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Little Tony of Italy

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Published December 18th 2012 (first published 1934)
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Judy
Oct 01, 2016 Judy rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
An orphaned boy, a wealthy little girl, and a lovable dog. These three characters provide the fictional storyline. The little girl's father reads to her about the major cities in Italy. These passages may lose some young readers, but they are short and informative.

The story begins:
It was love at first sight. It happened as Tony was sauntering along a noisy street in Naples. One of the noisiest, oldest, and dirtiest streets. Cries, songs, laughter, scoldings filled the air. And smells! But not th
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Madeline (Frank) Brandeis, born and educated in San Francisco, traveled the world in search of stories to tell, aiming the lens of her camera at the lives of her characters. She married E. John Brandeis on January 28, 1918, and had a daughter, Marie Madeline. Brandeis married a second time, to Dr. Joseph A. Sampson, on October 5, 1933. They lived in New York City.

Brandeis began her writing career
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