The Boston Girl (Large Print / Paperback)

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Anita Diamant (The Red Tent) tells the story of a plucky young woman of immigrant parents who makes her way amidst the teeming multicultural North End of Boston in the early twentieth century. She becomes an astonishing role model for her granddaughter who asks her "How did you become the woman you are?" A wonderfully heartwarming and inspiring novel!

— Susan

December 2014 Indie Next List

“Diamant brings a generation of women to life through the voice of Addie Baum. Born in 1900, Addie tells of her early childhood in Boston as the child of immigrant parents; her formative years as a Saturday Club girl, where she found her lifelong friends; her career path as a typist and journalist; and meeting her husband and finding meaningful work as a social worker. Her story plays out against a backdrop of some of the most basic issues women had to face as they found their places in 20th century America. As I turned the last pages of The Boston Girl, I was left with a serene sense of satisfaction. A historical feat and a very enjoyable read.”
— Jenny Lyons, The Vermont Book Shop, Middlebury, VT

Product Details
ISBN: 9781594139185
ISBN-10: 1594139180
Large Print: Yes
Publisher: Large Print Press
Publication Date: August 20th, 2015
Pages: 410
Language: English