NYT: If You’re ’Appy and You Know It

Recently my daughter’s teacher asked if I would talk about America to her second-grade class, in a French public school. The teacher does an hour of English each week, and I’d be the guest speaker.

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3 Responses to NYT: If You’re ’Appy and You Know It

  1. Edson de Oliveira February 20, 2014 at 9:17 pm #

    Hi Pamela,

    I enjoyed your article, rich in cultural information and gracious, as always happens when you write. I’m currently reading your book Bringing up Bébé, and really enjoying it. In an often fun way, you touch on serious and deep points about raising / education little children.

  2. Rishe Deitsch August 10, 2014 at 5:34 am #

    Dear Pamela,
    I finished your book and found it life-changing.
    I started making baked potatoes and corn on the cob and beets and flounder and stuff like that for the children instead of always bread or cereal. I just started seeing their meals as WORTH THE TROUBLE. which of course they are.
    you receive an honorable mention in the next issue of the N’shei Chabad Newsletter – if you would like a copy please send me address
    thank you for your book B.U.B.
    rishe deitsch

    • PamelaD October 1, 2014 at 12:26 pm #

      Hi Rishe, Somehow I only just saw your nice note. Thank you for the honorable mention, and hope your children are enjoying their flounder! All the best to you, Pamela

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