Zoo

Narrated by a quirky Montreal photographer, Zoo is an intimate portrait of a friendship between two women, an unexpected incarceration, and a group of ‘at risk’ young boys who give an entire new layer of meaning to life’s choices. Arleen Solomon Rotchin, bestselling author of Sam’s Will, takes us to Palm Beach, Florida, looks through her viewfinder and with off-beat humour focuses on the chaos.

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Words: 33,180
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311996978
About Arleen Solomon Rotchin

Arleen Solomon Rotchin grew up in Montreal and Miami Beach, where she majored in journalism at the University of Miami. She then studied photography and eventually received a Certificate in Phototherapy.

Her passion for photography has led her to many projects -her portfolio on Old Age was published by Canada Camera. She has also contributed her talent to two Montreal Colleges; having designed and taught a Youth Photo Program at Dawson and guest lectured at Vanier. During the International Child-Youth Care Conference, she was a panelist for a discussion on the Therapeutic-Creative value of Photography for kids in care.

She has written three novels: ‘Sam’s Will’, her best-selling memoir; ’ Zoo’, where she combined her interests in phototherapy and writing, and the upcoming ‘The Duchess of Cypress’.

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