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Halfway To Each Other: How A Year In Italy Brought Our Family Home By Susan Pohlman

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Publisher: by Susan Pohlman (July 12, 2009)
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“This book features a series of vignettes featuring Susan, her husband Tim, and their two kids that range from funny to poignant. My favorite was Susan's attempt at making marinara from scratch that ended in her possibly subjecting one of her family m...”