Once again, thank you to Sally Cronin and her wonderful crew for reviewing Daily Bread. I am humbled by all of the heartfelt feedback. Happy Christmas to all!
Delighted to welcome Antoinette Truglio Martin to the Children’s Cafe with her recently released historical story Daily Bread (Becoming America’s Stories, #1). This is book one in a series of three with the other two due to be published in 2021.
About the book
It is 1911. Crammed into a three-room flat in a Mott Street tenement, the large Taglia family needs all the help they can muster. Spunky songbird Lily wants to help by baking Daily Bread at the bakery like big sister, Margaret. But Margaret says Lily is just a little kid, and there is more to baking Daily Bread than height and an artist’s heart. Lily learns to navigate in a grown-up world when facing bullies, disasters, dotty bakers, and treacherous streets to cross by herself.
One of the recent reviews for the book
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