The Forever Box by Kristin Clark Taylor

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For Taylor, the real power of the Forever Box is that it can bind together generations and convey that power beyond ourselves.
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In the engaging tradition of Tuesdays with Morrie-a unique memoir of friendship, family, and irreplaceable memories.

Throughout her life and career, Kristin Clark Taylor, the first woman of color appointed to Director of White House Media Relations, has gathered mementos to keep in her "forever box." From historical family documents to old love letters to a bit of antique lace, each item tells a story. Here, Taylor shares those stories in a heartwarming memoir of enduring bonds and friendships, and of the people who have made a difference in her life all woven into Taylor's simple, inspiring, yet profound concept of the meaning of forever.
 

About Kristin Clark Taylor

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Kristin Clark Taylor is an author, veteran journalist/editorial writer, public relations executive, and former White House communications strategist and writer. She is a founding member of USA Today's original creation and launch team. During the presidential term of George H.W. Bush, Sr., she was Director of White House Media Relations, making her the first woman of color in history to serve in this capacity.
 
Published April 5, 2011 by Berkley. 242 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction
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Reviewed by Lee Ambrose on May 19 2011

For Taylor, the real power of the Forever Box is that it can bind together generations and convey that power beyond ourselves.

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