by Lawrence Feigenbaum
Bennett’s Bubbe loves him more than anything in the world, but Bennett knows that Bubbe is lonely. She really misses Bennett’s Zayde. Bennett wishes his Zayde was there as well. When Bubbe brings a Gentleman to visit one day, Bennett is intrigued. Could Bubbe be in love? Will this be his new Zayde? How does Bennett fit in?
In Bennett and His Bubbe’s Beau, Lawrence Feigenbaum portrays the importance of families and the many ways in which they can be created.
About the Author: Lawrence Feigenbaum has had a distinguished career as an author, educator, and scholar. Bennett and His Bubbe’s Beau is his eleventh published volume, in addition to scores of articles, stories, and poems. A graduate of Brooklyn College and New York University, Dr. Feigenbaum served in the army and has traveled widely in Europe, Asia, and South America. He has had a long career in the education field, and is now the director of teacher studies at Kingsborough Community College of the City University of New York.
Dr. Feigenbaum lives in Brooklyn and has two sons and three grandchildren. And yes, he knows a lady who has a grandson named Bennett.
(2002, paperback, 32 pages)