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When They Invite You to
Dinner — Eat First

When They Invite You to Dinner — Eat FirstLaurie Hennicker (Author)
Marshall Masters (Foreword)

Heart Warming Stories of Unconditional Love About a New York Immigrant Family During the Great Depression

We all have "why me?" days and wish we’d stayed in bed. Then, we have those marvelous days that make life special. An old proverb tells us, "life is like a Zebra. One day a white stripe, the next day a black stripe, and it is always in motion."

When life seems parked on a black-stripe day, the heart-warming stories in this book will remind you that a white stripe is not far off. Then when you get there, celebrate with another story.

This book is rooted in America’s Great Depression. In such times, life is powerfully hard, but unconditional love can overpower it. This is when a young girl from a struggling immigrant family in New York learned that no depression imaginable, can trump the magic of unconditional love. These are the joyous and life-affirming stories of her childhood.

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1st Edition — December 2004
124 Pages

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Stories For Life’s Ups and Downs

We all have "why me?" days and wish we’d stayed in bed. Then, we have those marvelous days that make life special. An old proverb tells us, "life is like a Zebra. One day a white stripe, the next day a black stripe, and it is always in motion."

When life seems parked on a black-stripe day, the heart-warming stories in this book will remind you that a white stripe is not far off. Then when you get there, celebrate with another story. In minutes, you will find yourself shaking your fists at the heavens and joyously proclaiming "This is my day and I’m unsinkable!"

This book is rooted in America’s Great Depression. In such times, life is powerfully hard, but unconditional love can overpower it. This is when a young girl from a struggling immigrant family in New York learned that no depression imaginable, can trump the magic of unconditional love. These are the joyous and life-affirming stories of her childhood.

Laurie Hennicker (Author, 1917–1998)

Born to an immigrant family in 1917 in New York, and came of age during the difficult years of the Great Depression. Before World War II, she tutored French and worked as a successful fashion model. After Pearl Harbor, she enlisted in the Marines only to learn that she was pregnant with her first child. Undeterred, she went to work for British Intelligence in New York City. Following the war, she held several key executive positions, until moving to the West Coast in 1950 to raise her children. An incurable optimist, she shared her empowering childhood memories (which appear in this book) with her three children and many friends.