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Maria Novajosky
An Ocean, an Airplane, and Two Countries Full of Kisses By Maria A. Novajosky
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Taking excerpts from letters that go back almost fifty years, An Ocean, an Airplane, and Two Countries Full of Kisses is an introspective journey on how one woman learned to celebrate her Italian... More > heritage while living and raising a family in the Deep South. With honesty and humor, and fortified with memories of her Italian Nonna and the letters she wrote through the years, the author shares how the hyphen between the words Italian and American became a bridge between espresso and Thanksgiving pumpkin pie, red wine and pit barbecue, the Amalfi Coast and Hilton Head Island, and la dolce vita and life in Georgia. And along the way she discovers how everything somehow always circles back to Nonna.< Less
An Ocean, an Airplane, and Two Countries Full of Kisses By Maria A. Novajosky
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Taking excerpts from letters that go back almost fifty years, An Ocean, an Airplane, and Two Countries Full of Kisses is an introspective journey on how one woman learned to celebrate her Italian... More > heritage while living and raising a family in the Deep South. With honesty and humor, and fortified with memories of her Italian Nonna and the letters she wrote through the years, the author shares how the hyphen between the words Italian and American became a bridge between espresso and Thanksgiving pumpkin pie, red wine and pit barbecue, the Amalfi Coast and Hilton Head Island, and la dolce vita and life in Georgia. And along the way she discovers how everything somehow always circles back to Nonna.< Less
An Ocean, an Airplane, and Two Countries Full of Kisses By Maria A. Novajosky
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Taking excerpts from letters that go back almost fifty years, An Ocean, an Airplane, and Two Countries Full of Kisses is an introspective journey on how one woman learned to celebrate her Italian... More > heritage while living and raising a family in the Deep South. With honesty and humor, and fortified with memories of her Italian Nonna and the letters she wrote through the years, the author shares how the hyphen between the words Italian and American became a bridge between espresso and Thanksgiving pumpkin pie, red wine and pit barbecue, the Amalfi Coast and Hilton Head Island, and la dolce vita and life in Georgia. And along the way she discovers how everything somehow always circles back to Nonna.< Less