New Book Gives In-depth Look On Close-knit Immigrant Family
Every family has a history. Some are rich, textured, layered, and deep. Others are less so. But all are a mix of verifiable facts and anecdotes. Together they tell a story. Some stories get told, but most do not. In "A Gun and Cherries in the Bucket of Blood" (published by Xlibris) author
"A Gun and Cherries in the Bucket of Blood" captures the author's engrossing tale about his family's "Americanization." He also provides insights and lessons that his experiences provided along the way. The Americanization of Casadei's family began with his grandparents in Sassofeltrio,
Through historical facts, anecdotes and humor, "A Gun and Cherries in the Bucket of Blood" provides a vivid picture of what it was like growing up in an Italian family in America.
"A Gun and Cherries in the Bucket of Blood"
Softcover | 6x9 in | 586 pages | ISBN 9781499021448
E-Book | 586 pages | ISBN 9781499021400
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