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What are Heirloom Stories?

Storytelling is so important that humanity devotes a stage of life to it: Elderhood.
Elders love telling stories. The rest of us need them.

 

Have a C.O.W!

 Heirloom Stories transfer wisdom

Preserve your family's
Chain Of Wisdom.

 Find out how

Fountain of Youth for Elders

Heirloom Stories improve senior health

Help your elders live happier, healthier, longer lives.

Find out how   

Fountain of Wisdom for Youngsters 

Heirloom Stories transfer wisdom to children

Help your children enter adulthood with the tools they'll need.

Find out how

A family's most valuable Heirlooms...

Family stories are the best family heirlooms

are their elders' stories. 

Find out why

 

Co-Author, Jack Kamen, in 1913

Click baby Jack's 1913 butt to read one of his stories.

"It's a good thing you can't smell that sheepskin," Jack warns. "Every baby in Brownsville was photographed on it."

  History comes alive...

 Make your stories part of history

when it's His Story
(or Hers)

Make it yours

Click to read the first story

DON'T READ THIS BOOK

... after it triggers memories of your similar stories.

That's when it's time to stop reading our story and start writing yours. The book won't go anywhere, but your memories will fade.

Write them down and give copies to your grandkids. Centuries from now, thousands of people with your genes will also have your thoughts.

Writing your stories is fun

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Sample Stories #1, #2, #3, #4 Table of Contents Reader Comments Free Book Send me a book
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Recipe for COW Real Heirlooms Jewish

Juvenile

Family Values

History

Family History


     

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