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“Warmly observed in Richard D. Bank’s incandescent prose, this touching book is more than a bus ride. Part fiction, part family memoir, it is a journey of the spirit,a journey into the America of the 1930’s; a journey into the heart of a Jewish family that might be any family.” --Harry Ringel, author of Shemhazai’s Game and The Phantom of Skid Row.
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THE BUS RIDE
“In June of 1933, sixteen-year-old Lou Bank was living in Los Angeles with an aunt and uncle after his family had moved back to Philadelphia so he could complete high school. One day he was summoned by relatives and given the money needed to purchase a one-way ticket to board a bus destined for Philadelphia where his father lay gravely ill. With all his worldly possessions stuffed into a tattered suitcase and six dollars in his pocket, Lou hoped the six-day trip would leave enough time to reach his father while he was still alive. The Bus Ride is a tale based on a true story that traverses the length and breadth of the country and while it is primarily Lou's story and that of his family, it is also an account of a populace rich in its diversity, inhabiting a multifarious milieu in America during the early twentieth century.”
Newly Released:
I Am Terezin
feig
The Tree Of Sorrow
The Everything Judaism Book Read more…
Books about Judaism
101 Things Everyone Should Know about Judaism Read more…
JEWISH HISTORY & HERITAGE BOOK Read more…
Why be Jewish? A Guide… Read more…
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The Bus Ride
“In June of 1933, sixteen-year-old Lou Bank was living in Los Angeles with an aunt and uncle after his family had moved back to Philadelphia so he could complete high school. One day he was summoned by relatives and given the money needed to purchase a one-way ticket to board a bus destined for Philadelphia where his father lay gravely ill. With all his worldly possessions stuffed into a tattered suitcase and six dollars in his pocket, Lou hoped the six-day trip would leave enough time to reach his father while he was still alive. The Bus Ride is a tale based on a true story that traverses the length and breadth of the country and while it is primarily Lou's story and that of his family, it is also an account of a populace rich in its diversity, inhabiting a multifarious milieu in America during the early twentieth century.”