Across the 59th Street Bridge and Back is the memoir of a girl who grew up in Queens, New York in the 1970's, when children weren't protected by seat belts, but furniture was always protected by plastic slipcovers. Like most kids of her generation, she was routinely left unattended and when she was in the company of adults, she was usually inhaling the secondhand smoke emitted from their cigarettes.
About the Author:
Barbara Lewine spent three decades of her adult life in Manhattan before realizing she was just a small town girl from Queens. She recently moved back and is enjoying making new memories in the borough she calls home.