Book Talk | November 23, 2012 | Palo Alto Weekly | Palo Alto Online |

Palo Alto Weekly

- November 23, 2012

Book Talk

PALO ALTO'S FAIRY GODMOTHER ... A new monograph, Lucie Stern, Palo Alto's Fairy Godmother, has been published by the Palo Alto Historical Association. It describes her early years, marriage, life in Palo Alto and how she became "Aunt Lucie," funding some of Palo Alto's most beloved icons, including the Children's Theatre, Community Center, Children's Library and Boy Scout House. The book was written by Michael Litfin, the late Palo Alto Children's Theatre associate director. The book is available at Bell's Books, 536 Emerson St., Palo Alto.

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