Tagged: Rosalie Grosch

Book review: The Legend of Freya

Rosalie Grosch Arden Hills, Minn. A legend is a story passed down by word of mouth and perhaps embellished with the telling. Danish-born author Pia Litta Funk loved genealogy and history, and this inspired...

Book review: “The Moral Is…”

Rosalie Grosch Arden Hills, Minn. From 1972 to 2010 Thomas Thorsen, a Mechanical Engineer who loved books and writing, began creating a variety of stories and fables, some ending with a moral he wished...

Book review: “Don’t Cry, Pappa”

Rosalie Grosch Arden Hills, Minn. The birth of Gunnar Skollingsberg’s first son was filled with unbelievable happiness. He promised his little boy a better life than he had lived, or rather endured. Erik “would...

Book review: Silence and sound

Rosalie Grosch Arden Hills, Minn. Rebecca Snow has written a haunting, beautiful tale filled with sound and silence, darkness and light, sadness and forgiveness, despair and hope. Glassmusic captures the reader from the first...

Book review: “The Red Meadows”

Rosalie Grosch Arden Hills, Minn. Neil Sogge’s passion for Scandinavian languages and their translations inspired him to translate the writing of Ole Juul, a Danish freedom fighter during WW II. Juul helped many Jews...