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The Huffington Post and AARP held a nationwide memoir contest open to any American born before Dec. 31, 1964, with a story to tell. They received thousands and thousands of responses, which the judges, including the Huffington Post’s Arianna Huffington, Huff/Post 50 editor at large Rita Wilson and AARP editorial director Myrna Blyth, narrowed down to 10 finalists, and finally just one grand prize winner. PRISONER IN THE KITCHEN (Simon & Schuster; March 29, 2016) is that outstanding story in full, available to the public for the first time.
Do you enjoy reading?  On Saturday, September 5, 2 015 AARP will be sponsoring the 15th Annual National Book Festival at the Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC. Bring your family and friends to engage in fun activities for all ages, workshops to stay in touch with family members, and the reading of Dr. Seuss'  What Pet Should I get? by CEO Joann Jenkins.
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