The Berlin Public Library is hosting Jake Marrazzo, a 17-year old author of One Wants to be a Letter. This book reading and discussion will be hosted on Zoom and is open to all who are interested!
Jake’s Story Time: One Wants to be a Letter
Wednesday, December 16th @ 3:00pm
Email SFoster@cwmars.org to register and receive the passcode for entry to our special Zoom event.
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More about Jake Marrazzo:
Jake is a a 17 year old Senior at Hudson High School. He loves the stage and being a part of Drama Society at school, his most recent roll was Harry Bright in Mamma Mia. He is a “Czar” as a Drama Officer, collaborating with the other officers to strengthen the drama program and help plan the theatre season. He was in the National Junior Honor Society and has finished a Triathlon with both his Mom & Dad. Jake has published a children’s book called “One Wants to be a Letter”. The book is about embracing your uniqueness Jake appeared on Dr. Phil earlier this year, to show that with adversity you can still find the positive. You can find him at the host stand of a local restaurant (pre Covid) greeting the guests and getting them seated. Jake helps his family run The 4 Jake’s Sake Charitable Foundation, which helps others living with Duchenne make their homes accessible. He has spoken at many events about his life with Duchenne as a patient advocate. Despite living with Duchenne, Jake lives a positive and wonderful life. His motto is “Don’t live the diagnosis, live the life”.