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To her Italian-American grandmothers Lucy and Viola, Adriana Trigiani pays the ultimate compliment; she credits them with teaching her to tell stories: "I mimicked their work ethic imagining myself in a factory, layering words like tasks until the work was done. I took away more than life lessons from their stories; I made a career out of it." In Don't Sing at the Table, that word factory is purring like a cat, sharing its resonant stories of two feisty women who were too busy to think of themselves as feminists. Now in paperback and NOOK Book; editor's recommendation.