Gina's daughter and coauthor, Suzanna Rosa Molino (author, Baltimore's Little Italy: Heritage & History of The Neighborhood), passionate about her Sardinian heritage, shares memories of growing up as the granddaughter of Nonna Antonica, a significant influence in Suzanna's life. With vintage photographs, some Sardinian history, amusing & emotional stories, and description of the ongoing connection between the Mossa cousins in Italy and America today, The Italian Immigrants' Daughter offers an authentic peek of first- and second-generation Italian life, as described by mother and daughter.
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About the Author
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SUZANNA ROSA MOLINO: Suzanna's writing career has produced numerous pieces in magazines and newspapers across the country. Following a passion for her Italian heritage as the granddaughter of four Italian immigrants, the native Baltimorean penned the 2015 title, 'Baltimore's Little Italy: Heritage and History of The Neighborhood.' In 2010 she founded the nonprofit organization, Promotion Center for Little Italy Baltimore (promotioncenterforlittleitaly.org).
Her 2016 book, 'Married to Baseball: Between innings with Ken Singleton,' is a collection of human interest stories about baseball life married to this former Baltimore Oriole and current NY Yankees TV broadcaster.
Suzanna continues to write a weekly reflective e-column, SNIPPETS Inspiration, which she created in 2006: snippetsinspiration.weebly.com under the name Suzanne Molino Singleton.
Contact Suzanna at suzannamolino@