Wendy Swart Grossman
A humorous collection of blogs cataloging the 7 month journey of a family of four from the eyes of the mother, Wendy. The book takes the reader on a journey from the Grossman Familys comfortable international life living as expats in North London to being part of the semi-affluent homeless subculture travelling on a tight budget. The travelers a pre-adolescent, a lively 7 year old, a technology-geek / coupon-cutting husband and a chubby (getting chubbier) peri-menopausal wife are constantly adapting and changing their goals to meet their present needs.
Trim size: 6" x 9",
Page count: 146,
Interior type: Black and White,
Page color: White,
Spine width: 0.329"
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Mothers / parents with children between the ages of 6mos & 15 years, travelers, expats.
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Humorous, travel, families
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Title, and following excerpt:
This is a true story about my family's life as we moved from our spacious house in London to a 29' RV traveling 28,000 miles across North America.
I am the Mom and I did not kill anyone.
by Wendy Swart Grossman
[three quotes, a summary and about the author with picture of Wendy]
The world is a book and those who do not travel read only a page
Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry and narrow mindedness.
A journey is like marriage. The certain way to be wrong is to think you control it.
Behind the Wheel: A mothers journal of a year on the road is a humorous collection of stories and journal entries cataloguing the 7 month journey of a family of four from the eyes of the mother, Wendy. The book takes the reader on a journey from the Grossman Familys comfortable international life living as expats in North London to being part of the Semi-Affluent Homeless Subculture traveling in an RV across the US on a tight budget. The travelers a pre adolescent, a lively 7 year old, a technology-geek husband and a menopausal wife are constantly adapting and changing their goals to meet their present needs.
About the Author
Wendy Swart Grossman has spent her career as a visionary advocate for community service, citizen participation, economic and social justice and all sorts of lefty fringe organizations.
She has worked with a varied group of people and organizations from Mike Dukakis (she was NOT responsible for the unfortunate photo in the tank), President Bill Clinton (she was NOT an intern with Monica although she does own a beret), Nelson Mandela (she did NOT serve time on Robben Island) and Harvard University (she had nothing to do with the loss of billions from the endowment). Wendy has a BA from St. Olaf College and a MA from Tufts University.
Wendy is a traveler, a mother, and a wife who plays the guitar poorly but with passion, sings loudly, and has trouble resisting the temptation to swim in fresh water ponds. This is her first book. But given the number of voices she hears in her head, it may not be her last.
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