Garlic Bread for Eugene

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A heartwarming and uplifting story of brothers Henry and Eugene, all wrapped up in the foil and memory of their late father. It's the last day of school and Henry is looking forward to receiving the Perfect Attendance Award. But he has to decide whether to attain the award or fill his late father's shoes and help out younger brother, Eugene. Garlic Bread for Eugene is a warm and loving tale of family, neighborhood, and doing the right thing. Through Henry's character, Heath creates a powerful message in the ...
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Overview

A heartwarming and uplifting story of brothers Henry and Eugene, all wrapped up in the foil and memory of their late father. It's the last day of school and Henry is looking forward to receiving the Perfect Attendance Award. But he has to decide whether to attain the award or fill his late father's shoes and help out younger brother, Eugene. Garlic Bread for Eugene is a warm and loving tale of family, neighborhood, and doing the right thing. Through Henry's character, Heath creates a powerful message in the simplicity of Henry learning about his father, and himself, through a morning-long odyssey to secure the ingredients to make dad's special garlic bread.
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"A sweet story about growing up that gently teaches life lessons."
--Quill Book Reviewers, June 2012
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781938501241
  • Publisher: Turn the Page Publishing
  • Publication date: 6/1/2013
  • Pages: 112
  • Product dimensions: 4.80 (w) x 7.80 (h) x 0.30 (d)

Meet the Author

Michael Heath was born and raised in a small community on the Jersey shore. His debut novel Garlic Bread for Eugene mirrors the sentimentality of a bygone era when neighbors helped neighbors, kids rode bikes to school, and simple traditions like that of a school picnic could resonate for a lifetime. Michael lives in Monmouth County, NJ with his youngest son, and works as an account manager in New York City.
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