Fulton Books author Nicholas Bozza, a family-oriented man with Italian descent, has completed his most recent book “Sunday Funday”: an astonishing tale that presents the close-knit bond of a family as seen through the eyes of a young boy. The author grew up spending his Sundays with his family who never fails to spend quality time with each other. They bond over food, like Mom’s spaghetti and Grandma’s meatballs. Everyone in the family loves and respects each other, and they hope to keep this culture for the next generations to come.
Bozza shares, “Every Sunday, our little house would be filled with the delicious aroma of spaghetti gravy simmering, the sound of Grandma’s meatballs sizzling on the stove, and the sight of family gathering for a special time known as Sunday Funday. Sunday Funday was the one thing that seemed to bring the whole family together to celebrate the precious gift that each family member brings to one another. Steeped in the rich culture of an Italian-American family, this heartwarming tale tells of the joys of fun, food, family, and the time spent with those we love as seen through the eyes of a little boy. Memories like these can last a lifetime.”
Published by Fulton Books, Nicholas Bozza’s book is a heartwarming read that depicts the importance of family. Most importantly, it promotes quality time with loved ones.
Reading this book is also beneficial for parents who want to strengthen their relationships with their kids.
Readers who wish to experience this delightful work can purchase “Sunday Funday” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books