Bob Dombrowski's new book “Paczki Day" is a mix of stories about growing up in Detroit, going to catholic school, and the Polish people in the fifties and sixties

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Recent release “Paczki Day" from Page Publishing author Bob Dombrowski explores the author's memories of growing up in a Polish Catholic family during the mid-twentieth century.

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Bob Dombrowski, who worked as a firefighter in Detroit for thirty-eight years, has completed his new book “Paczki Day": an autobiographical work that was extensively researched by the author in hopes of giving an active portrayal of a unique time and place in history.

Dombrowski writes, "So if your mom wore a babushka, if nostrovia is your toast, if you had a last name that kids made fun of, or if you grew up reading your catechism while looking at church steeples and smokestacks, maybe this book is for you."

Published by Page Publishing, Bob Drombrowski's intriguing work provides the details of his childhood that may be interesting to those who grew up in similar circumstances, but also to those who would enjoy a glimpse into a life very different from their own.

As a fireman, one of the things the author learned was that it takes three things to make a fire: air, fuel, and heat. Remove one, and you can't have a fire. He believes that it takes three things to make everything. Similar to making a fire there are three things that it took to make this book: the city of Detroit, the Catholic Church, and Polish ancestry.

Readers who wish to experience this interesting work can purchase “Paczki Day" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

About Page Publishing:

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