"Life isn't all peaches and cream, you know. Sometimes it's just the pits," a wise woman is believed to have said. This woman is Gigi. She is the paternal grandmother of Debra, who tells her story in "Peaches and Cream." This
is not the usual, childhood memories story, however. It is not a story of "rags to riches," nor one of a talented and driven young person who succeeds beyond her wildest dreams. It is the story of an average girl, one you may have known in your past and certainly a girl you would like to know. It is does not relay events of astounding and unusual magnitude nor present a lifestyle one might aspire to but never hope to attain. It is simply a humorous and
sometimes touching story of an interesting but very real-to-life family. It is a story about people you would like to know and call your friends.
The review of this Book prepared by Donna Soderlun Hoffman