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Kid's Box 4 (Pupil's Book)

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Kid's Box 4 (Pupil's Book)

Eithne discusses her mother, Helen Merriam, in great depth, describing her as a "bohemian, a maverick," and the "black sheep of the family." She repeats a favorite anecdote from Christmas 1918 that her mother obviously relished telling the Golden children. She describes the family's move to Pasadena, California, where Helen sold books at Brentano's until Ernie O'Malley convinced the family to relocate to Taos, New Mexico in 1931.

Msgr. Thomas Shelley of the Jesuit Order (b. South Bronx, New York, 1937) is a Monsignor and Professor of Theology at Fordham University and the author of several major books on Catholicism in America, including Greenwich Village Catholics and The History of the Archdiocese of New York.

Megan Smolenyak (b. La Chapelle-Saint-Mesmin, France, 1960) is a genealogical adventurer and history detective, as well as an author and TV personality. Her most recent books include Hey, America, Your Roots are Showing and Who Do You Think You Are? Her research corrected the story of Annie Moore, the first immigrant processed at Ellis Island.

Maureen Sullivan (b. Brooklyn, New York, 1943), the daughter of immigrants from Counties Clare and Roscommon, was raised in Brooklyn. She spent her early career teaching and working in the advertising industry. She is the President of Maureen Sullivan Communications and the author of two children's books, Ankle Soup and Custard and Mustard. 041b061a72


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