When They Invite You to Dinner — Eat First
by Laurie “Burnsy” Hennicker
and Marshall Masters
How-to Rise Above an Economic Crisis with Love and Joy
Author Laurie Hennicker recounts heartwarming New York City childhood memories of how her struggling immigrant family found perpetual joy and contentment in the midst of the Great Depression. The secret she shares in this heart-lifting book is simple—unconditional love still works, even in the twenty-first century. When They Invite You to Dinner—Eat First is a reminder of the joy of living with unconditional love. Her tender childhood stories will give any funny bone an irresistible tickle!
About Author :
Laurie Burns Hennicker :-
Laurie Burns Hennicker (1917–1998) was 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.
The son of Laurie Hennicker, Marshall Masters is an author, publisher, Internet radio host, and former CNN science features news producer. His other titles include Godschild Covenant: Return of Nibiru, Gold Fever, Indigo–E.T. Connection, and Orange Blossom. Born in Los Angeles, he now resides in Northern California with his wife Yelena.
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