Eve Otto explains, qWhen I began writing this book, I had in the back of my mind that those who are young now might someday be interested in what life was like when their grandparents were growing up -- how life changed drastically with the coming of World War II in Europe and the turbulent years that followed... the traumas of our emigration to America with our three young children and the difficult adjustments we had to make. My book, then, is sort of a legacy to them.qI never will forget seeing her driving the bright red car with the top folded down and her long light blonde hair waving in the wind. After two years of ... I remember one time when our woman baker was not there and I had to decorate my first birthday cake. A lady had ... aNow or never, a I told myself and, with determination to make it a pretty cake, I began first by making a border carefully around the cake.
|Title||:||Our Times, Our Lives|
|Author||:||Eve Otto, Jozef Otto|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2004-11|