September 17, 2021
Family Enterprise Entertainment
Dear Global Family Enterprise Community,

Happy Friday! In this month's edition, we are featuring one of the greatest forms of entertainment...books! We hope our selections inspire your family enterprise planning.           

Read the fascinating memoir of Edmund de Waal, a world-renowned potter, and his investigation behind the 264 tiny Japanese wood and ivory carving collection called netsuke, and the 5 generation Ephrussis family that made them. An Economist Book of the Year. 

In this second installment of Bruno, Chief of Police, Bruno is in the midst of a heated murder case, and his two main suspects are two young men. One is an heir to an American family wine company and the other, a new businessman.

If you're a New Yorker or have ever been to New York, you most likely have had a Nathan's Famous hotdog. In this book, you'll learn about the compelling story of Nathan Handwerker, an Eastern European Jewish immigrant who had one dream when he came to Ellis Island: work hard and carve out a piece of the American dream. 
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