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Make The Light Out or What My Pennsylvania…
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Make The Light Out or What My Pennsylvania Dutch Mother Taught Me About…

by Susan Kissinger

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This book is published in memoriam, and is dedicated to Susan Kissinger, the author
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Poverty does not mean loss of dignity.
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The great thing about life is that all the really beautiful things are free. My mother understood that and found joy in the simple daily tasks.
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The book title, although in English, is a phrase which was heavily influenced by Pennsylvania Dutch language, the origins of which were brought from Germany to the U.S. in the 1600 and early 1700's. This is a reference book that will be re-read, taught from, and discussed with your children. My wife Susan passes the knowledge and wisdom from her mother on for everyone to share with each other in the family and pass down to the next generation. There are valuable and life changing instructions for running a safe, organized and happy home, staying busy with fun activities that are good for children's minds and souls like reading, crafts, independence, being grateful for the simple things in life, staying healthy.
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