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OBHF #1 Top Shelf Pick in SF Chronicle

One Big Happy Family #1Top Shelf Non-fiction pic in San Fancisco Chronicle. Such a huge blessing. Thanks everyone. For supporting families--and me.

Nonfiction

One Big Happy Family, by Rebecca Walker: A fascinating collection of essays on the varieties of the American family.

Thanks and Have Fun Running the Country: A Collection of Kids' Letters to President Obama, edited by Jory John: We can always depend on children to be both funny and truthful. In paperback.

Shakespeare Wrote for Money, by Nick Hornby: The author chronicles his battle between "books bought" versus "books read." Brilliant. In paperback.

The Ten Most Beautiful Experiments, by George Johnson: Johnson illustrates how science, art and beauty can occasionally be the same thing. In paperback.

Edible Schoolyard: A Universal Idea, by Alice Waters: A chronicle of the transformation of one abandoned plot of land at a Berkeley public school into the Edible Schoolyard - a model for institutions everywhere.

This article appeared on page J - 6 of the San Francisco Chronicle

April 4th, 2009

Comments:

Comment #1 by Anonymous on April 5, 2009 - 12:41am

Congratulations!! You deserve it. I wish you much success and happiness.

Comment #2 by rebecca on April 5, 2009 - 1:23am
Thank you! I feel so fortunate to have the opportunity to grow, share, and evolve with others--with you. Make beauty today. xo
Comment #3 by mika on April 7, 2009 - 6:30pm

congratulations! i pre-ordered the book on amazon and it was the first book i'd read cover to cover in a long time. i've grown from reading it and look forward to having my own big happy family some day... the joys and the challenges!

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