Jessica McCall grew up in Seattle, the city where U.S. coffee culture began. In the early 1980s she would frequent Starbucks at the Pike Place Market, back when that was the only Starbucks in the world. A lot has changed since then, but one thing has stayed the same: Her love for coffee and spending time in coffee shops with family and friends, catching up on the latest news and solving the world's problems. She is grateful to the people buying her books, and would like you to know that a portion of each book sold will go to The Bishop Sullivan Center, a wonderful charity that helps the down-and-out and the working poor.
An amusing collection of coffee haikus with accompanying ink drawings that are painted with real espresso! This fun collection is a must-have for anyone who can't start their day without the "Black Juice of Life". Sheer fun.
Hand-drawn pictures create a wonderful backdrop for a letter written to sisters young and old, telling them how God made them and loves them. Simple enough for young readers, yet a great message that will have everyone smiling.