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Because I'm Small Now And You Love Me: The World According To My Four-Year-Old Paperback – Feb. 6 2013

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From Sakura-Publishing: "Emmy award winning veteran CNN journalist Gina London has been a writer in some form or another since she was a girl. When she was 10, she wrote National Geographic World Magazine asking to learn about Egypt hieroglyphics. She and her fifth grade girlfriends then proceeded to pass notes written in that ancient code. When she was 17, she disagreed with a George Will column and wrote her first Letter to the Editor which was published in the Muncie Star. Much later, when she was a producer for Fox News in Washington, DC, Gina met Mr. Will and they shared a laugh as she told him how much his provocative writing had riled her. She was the editor of her high school newspaper in the tiny Indiana town of Farmland, where she grew up. The town’s tallest building was the grain elevator and her home was surrounded by corn and soybean fields. But her parents weren’t farmers. Her mom was an instructor at the nearby university and a terrific baker; her dad was a self-taught architect, oil painter, and pilot. He was also Gina’s softball coach and hero until he died suddenly in a plane crash just two weeks before Christmas when she was 11 years old. The tragedy of losing a loved one helped Gina be more empathetic and compassionate when she became a journalist and was often compelled to cover victims’ families like those from the Columbine high school shooting; the Oklahoma City bombing; 9-11; and from tornadoes and even other airplane crashes. During her days as a CNN anchor and correspondent, Gina also covered President Bill Clinton including the infamous Monica Lewinsky scandal that led to his impeachment. She then reported on the George W. Bush Administration including the 9-11 terrorist attacks with stories from New York and Washington, DC. Now, Gina is an internationally recognized communications expert whose work has taken her across the globe from Egypt to the UAE, to Cambodia, to Indonesia to Jordan to Romania to Macedonia and more. She has worked hand in hand with Iraqi women running for Parliament and Baghdad’s City Council, high-level women in the Persian Gulf committed to social change, and opposition party activists in Egypt. Her work in Egypt during the Hosni Mubarak regime led to her program being shut down, her life threatened and ultimately forced her to flee the country." Gina currently lives in Italy with her daughter Lulu and husband Scotty.

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  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Sakura Publishing (Feb. 6 2013)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • Paperback ‏ : ‎ 162 pages
  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 0984678565
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-0984678563
  • Item weight ‏ : ‎ 195 g
  • Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 13.97 x 0.94 x 21.59 cm
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Award-winning veteran CNN correspondent,Gina London is now a dynamic international communications consultant. She lives with her husband and young daughter in the heart of Tuscany,in the medieval-walled town of Arezzo.

When she isn't sipping espresso or prosecco surrounded by 500-year-old buildings and chain-smoking locals, she writes about real-life, love and adventure.

Her first book, "Because I'm Small Now and You Love Me" is an inspiring and laugh-filled collection of conversations and exploits in Italy between Gina and her four-year-old daughter, Lulu. Anyone who likes children and travel, will smile.

She is currently working on her next book - about a group of American ex-pat moms who hilariously whine and wine their way through the joys and frustrations of raising kids in another country!

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