Daniel L. Frizzi, Jr.'s New Book 'Just a Grocer's Son' Unravels a Fascinating Read About an Immigrant Italian Family's Journey Throughout the Twentieth Century

Daniel L. Frizzi, Jr., a practicing attorney, the President of the Bellaire Public Library Board of Trustees; has completed his most recent book “Just A Grocer’s Son”: a gripping and potent history that holds the life story of an Italian American family who pushes through the struggles and complications of life throughout generations. This book records the sad disappearance of the small neighborhood grocer throughout American communities.

Daniel writes, “Just a Grocer’s Son chronicles the life of an Italian American family which settled in a small twentieth century American industrial community to establish a neighborhood grocery store. This small neighborhood grocery store existed for more than a century throughout three generations of families. During those one hundred years, the author, his brothers, and their father were grocer’s sons, working in the store business as children. This book details the sacrifices and struggles through Prohibition, the Depression, World War II, and the reality of the gradual disappearance of the small neighborhood grocery store. The book records the memories of Danny, the son of Italian parents, Abe and Minnie Frizzi, who joined his parents in the grocery business in 1948. His story continues through the memories of his own son, Danny Jr., who from an early age worked with his grandfather Abe and father Danny throughout grade school, high school, and college. Living in a small community where more than forty small neighborhood grocery stores once existed, this family business was the last to survive. Just a Grocer’s Son tells a story of immigrants, of family, and of small neighborhoods throughout the twentieth century. This is a uniquely American story about the sad disappearance of small neighborhood grocery stores.”

Published by Fulton Books, Daniel L. Frizzi, Jr.'s book is a moving story that shares the trials and tribulations of a family operating a small neighborhood grocery store during the 20th century, and the gradual disappearance of the small family grocer from the American landscape.

This is a tale of perseverance, love, and family.

Readers who wish to experience this amazing work can purchase “Just A Grocer’s Son” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

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Source: Fulton Books