The Bird's Song

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Trafford Publishing, 2010 - Biography & Autobiography - 120 pages
The year was 1935 and it was a rough time for many American families. The Phillips family had their share of problems beginning when Anna bore a son who weighed around three pounds at birth. Anna put him in a cigar box and nurtured her newborn son whom she called Tom. He became one of seven children born to Anna and Floyd. As they struggle to make it through the 30s and into World War II, we see a family kept together by lots of love and strong values.

They make the move from Pennsylvania to New Jersey where the family thrives despite the challenges of the times. Tom, the tiny, little baby boy, ultimately becomes a man who goes through many triumphs and tribulations of his own. Tom left behind a legacy and memories that will last a lifetime.

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About the author (2010)

Linda Jean Santiago lives in Salem, New Jersey, with her family and works for the Salem County Bookmobile Library. In her spare time, Linda loves to write poetry and books. She has had some of her poetry published including: "Amareliz," "Vanessa," and "The Child Inside.

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