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Friendship is important to all women, we know that. Jennifer Weiner's book, Best Friends Forever, shows the adventurous journey between two friends and their loyalty to one another.

The IT book for Any Woman: Best Friends Forever by Jennifer Weiner

Friendship is important to all women, we know that.  Jennifer Weiner’s book, Best Friends Forever, shows the adventurous journey between two friends and their loyalty to one another. Weiner is also the author of In Her Shoes, Good In Bed, Little Earthquakes, Goodnight Nobody, The Guy Not Taken, and Certain Girls.

This past August, I got to hear Jennifer Weiner speak in Cape Cod, MA. She is a young, funny, warm, and compelling speaker. I can’t wait to hear her speak again.

Jennifer Weiner is coming to Denver for an Allied Jewish Federation event called CHOICES.  The event is on Wednesday, February 17, 2010 from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM at the new Sheraton Hotel (formerly Adam’s Mark Hotel). A free bus from Boulder will be going to the event. CHOICES is open to all women across the Boulder/Denver Jewish community. There is no cost to attend, but a minimum gift of $200 to the Federation campaign is requested (reduced for teens, young professionals, and seniors).

This should be a great event and one you cannot miss!BestFriends

Books are currently available at the Boulder JCC book fair thru November 15th. Please help support the Boulder JCC by purchasing your book there.

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