ROCHELLE WISOFF-FIELDS the author of several books, will call in to present and read from her newest book, "A Stone for the Journey".
From her Amazon page: "Havah Cohen Gitterman s journey from 1899 to 1909 is chronicled in Rochelle Wisoff-Fields critically acclaimed novels Please Say Kaddish for Me, From Silt and Ashes, and As One Must, One Can. Following her survival of the pogroms of Eastern Europe to her immigration to the United States, Havah s saga is an unforgettable story of courage and love in the face of insurmountable struggles. For art lovers who enjoyed Havah s trilogy, Wisoff-Fields coffee table book, A Stone for the Journey, is the perfect companion, replete with novel excerpts, new short stories and original illustrations by the author. For those who haven t read the series, this book of character portraits some actual historical figures whets the appetite to learn more about Havah and the truth behind the fiction."
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