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Here's to You!

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Here's to You!

Creating Your Own Meaningful Toast or Tribute for Any Occasion

By Florence Isaacs

Potter Style, Hardcover, 9780609609194, 160pp.

Publication Date: May 21, 2002

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Description

Is your best friend getting married? Is your boss retiring? Are your parents celebrating their thirtieth anniversary?
On these and many other occasions, you’ll probably need to give a toast–and you might well have trouble finding the right words.

Fear no more. The bestselling author of Just a Note to Say… is back with Here’s to You!, an invaluable guide to giving meaningful, personal toasts and tributes on any occasion, including: weddings, graduations, anniversaries, birthdays, holidays, roasts, retirements, promotions, award ceremonies, office gatherings, professional anniversaries

"If anyone is going to stand up at your wedding and give a toast, you’ll want to make sure they’ve read Here’s To You! first. It’s chock-full of funny, warm, poignant real-life toasts, as fun to read as they must have been to hear. Any toast-writer will find his creative juices flowing the minute he finishes reading."
–Antonia van der Meer, editor-in-chief, Modern Bride



About the Author
FLORENCE ISAACS is a past president of the American Society of Journalists and Authors, and she has contributed to major publications such as "Good Housekeeping," "Woman's Day," "Redbook," "McCall's," "Parents," "Self," and Reader's Digest, among others. She is the author of "Just a Note to Say . . . ," "Business Notes," and "My Deepest Sympathies," a handbook for crafting condolence notes.


Praise For Here's to You!

"If anyone is going to stand up at your wedding and give a toast, you’ll want to make sure they’ve read Here’s To You! first. It’s chock-full of funny, warm, poignant real-life toasts, as fun to read as they must have been to hear. Any toast-writer will find his creative juices flowing the minute he finishes reading."
–Antonia van der Meer, editor-in-chief, Modern Bride

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