By Serene Hackel

At age eighteen, orphan Minnie Margolis was once despatched from her local Poland to Vienna, Austria, a urban the place she had no connections. After actually bumping into the guy who might at some point turn into her husband, Minnie's look for roots drew her to the us as a shy immigrant who sought to include American values, politics, and freedom.

Told in her voice in addition to that of her husband and oldest daughter, this compelling tale follows one kin as they stream from the previous international to the recent, experiencing all of the cultural forces that swept them alongside during this whirlwind that was once the US on the flip of the century.

About the Author

Serene Hackel has been an straight forward tuition instructor, an dependancy counselor, and a author, in addition to a spouse, a mom, and--of course--a daughter. She has a level in Theater and master’s levels in either schooling and Counseling Psychology. along with her husband, Eugene Hackel, Serene wrote Skipper is going to warfare approximately his adventures bringing a cocker spaniel dog to England opposed to rules in the course of WWII.

Being Us, 1900-1925: A family members Grows With the US is her debut novel. it's drawn from the genuine tales her mom instructed Serene in regards to the stories of her grandparents, her mom, and her siblings all through a turbulent quarter-century of switch.

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