Author: Kimberley Payne
East City Girl is the story of a young girl growing up in a small Ontario town influenced by her parents’ Roman Catholic religion and Dutch heritage.
It's a recollection filled with prose, poetry, and pictures from birth to Grade 8 in the 1970s and early 80s.
The story unfolds in a “scrapbook” format with diary entries, school projects, and report cards that draw you in from the start and transport you back in time with nostalgic memories.
Reviewer: Marta Aldrighetti
"I dedicate this memoir to my brave parents who raised me and my three older brothers in the faith."
This book is a journey through the author's religion, values, heritage, and life.
Some events (Christmas Eve Mass at midnight, watching The Love Boat on Saturday night, Sacrament of First Communion... and more) are the same things I experienced. Such good memories!
I enjoyed reading this book.
Special thanks to the author for sending me this book through Interviews & Reviews for my honest review.
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