Three women from the Littauer family, each an author in her own right, converge to create a wonderfully inspiring book promoting family traditions. This book includes personal stories, anecdotes and vignettes, each reflecting a time of sentiment or profundity that marked the beginning of a family tradition - or a time when something very ordinary became something very special, as in the story of Florence Littauer's old blue plate. These stories serve to reinforce family appreciation while giving concrete ideas for recording family memories. It also makes a great gift, especially when paired with a simple family heirloom!
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Lauren Littauer Briggs has ministered to those experiencing the pain of loss through peer support groups, medical seminars, and The Compassionate Friends organization. Briggs is on the staff of the CLASSeminar (Christian Leaders, Authors & Speakers Seminar), which was founded by her mother, best-selling author, Florence Littauer, to help speakers, authors, pastors, and Bible study teachers hone their communications skills and message.
Florence Littauer is known worldwide for her teachings on biblical truths, relationship issues, and life skills. She has written more than thirty books and has received numerous awards
Marita Littauer is the author of thirteen books, including the best-selling Personality Puzzle.
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