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Making Toast by Roger Rosenblatt
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bookshelves: bookmarks-2010, non-fiction, nook-book, 2010-reading-journal, src-summer-2010, memoir
Read on June 11, 2010

It's every parents nightmare, to have a child die before them. Roger Rosenblatt shares his thoughts and experiences with us after the unexpected death of his daughter, a doctor, wife and mother of three young children. His story chronicles how he and his wife moved in with his son-in-law and grandchildren, and began the process of grieving and putting their life back together.

This memoir was poignant in its simplicity. Even the smallest and most ordinary of tasks take on special meaning. Although life is altered after the death of a loved one, it goes on, through the mundane acts of getting dressed in the morning, driving a child to school, or making toast for breakfast.
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message 1: by Amy (new)

Amy I can't wait to read this one ... it looks so interesting! Thanks for the review ...


Lisa Amy, I think you'll like this book.


message 3: by Amy (new)

Amy Thanks, Lisa! I think I'm going to have to grab it from the library so I can read it on my nook :)


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