Librarian Nancy Pearl appeared on NPR’s Morning Edition today to discuss her favorite memoirs, and among her picks was Patricia Volk’s Stuffed: Adventures of a Restaurant Family. Says Nancy, “It’s wonderful to read a memoir where the family, for the most part, was very close, and really loved one another, and certainly in Patricia Volk, they have the perfect chronicler.” Click here to listen to the entire piece.
Packed with priceless anecdotes about Patricia Volk’s warm and lovable family, Stuffed is the perfect gift for family and foodies alike. Click here for an excerpt, and click here for a Reading Group Guide. Also, take a look at our special Behind the Book feature, in which Patricia shares with us some family photographs — including a charming photobooth chronology!
Once you’ve stuffed yourself with Stuffed, there’s more Patricia Volk yet to devour — her book To My Dearest Friends, is a wonderful read that The New York Times Book Review called a “cozy, kick-off-your-shoes-and-curl-up novel.” Read an excerpt here.