Anthony Buccino Books in Print
Greetings from Belleville, New Jersey
You don't have to be from Belleville, New Jersey, to enjoy this book! You'll just wish you were ... after you've read it.
Essay collections, military history, more
See also Thomas Francisco
A compilation of information documenting the participation of the New Jersey towns of Belleville and Nutley (aka North Belleville, Franklin) in the American Civil War.
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In the last century, Belleville lost 157 sons while in service to our country. This collection, gathered from newspaper clippings and other sources collects what we know about these young men in an effort that their sacrifice not be forgotten.
Belleville native Anthony Buccino collected his favorite and most-requested writings about life and growing up in Belleville, New Jersey. More than forty essays and reflections on everything from junior high school bullies to selling pretzels at high school football games. This collection includes the Excellence in Journalism award-winning Don the TV man.
More than 200 color snapshots of Jersey City, New Jersey, from Pavonia/Newport to Paulus Hook, from Grundy Park to Grove Street, along the Hudson River from the Colgate clock to Exchange Place, Harborside and through neighborhoods that have no names.
A chapbook of essays focusing on the household trials of author Anthony Buccino, based on his Rambling Round newspaper columns. Read all about Dad vs. house (hint: house wins.)
The township of Nutley, New Jersey, accumulated a wealth of celebrated and eccentric people. Their images and stories document the unique contributions they've made that shaped Nutley today. In two volumes.
Volume one of a series of photo collections to showcase the all-around beauty and some of the history of the northern New Jersey township of Nutley.
Biographies about the more than 130 Nutley sons who died while in service to our country. Fourth edition.
The best of Buccino's humor and homage to living life every day, with tongue firmly in cheek, in the Garden State. Buccino's been called "New Jersey's Garrison Keillor, or something like that."
Stories and verse about each of his three Labrador retrievers and some of the other dogs and people whose lives they touched.
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Tales about, of all things, a naked statue and the catholic school tie, Italian American family roots and that dress his sister made him wear.
See also Thomas Francisco
This Seat Taken? Notes of a Hapless Commuter
If you ever commuted to work, you'll enjoy reading Anthony Buccino's latest collection "This Seat Taken? Notes of a Hapless Commuter" about the joys and follies of getting to and from work in the city using metropolitan public transit.
Buccino Books published since 1991 by Cherry Blossom Press
Cherry Blossom Press has removed all but three Anthony Buccino titles from #Amazon’s #Kindle distribution. Several online companies say they offer downloads of our titles. The companies do not have rights to distribute copies in any format. These unauthorized, pirated, copies of ebook titles allegedly available from less than scrupulous distributors may be trolls who use these books as clickbait. While the sites may be legitimate ebook resellers (probably scammers), they are not and were never authorized to resell Cherry Blossom Press titles.
Sixteen Inches on Center, One Morning in Jersey City, and Martha Stewart Doesn’t Live Here Anymore & Other Essays continue to be available on Kindle eBooks. If you already own other titles in your Kindle library, they should not be affected by this distribution change.
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New Jersey author Anthony Buccino's stories of the 1960s, transit coverage and other writings earned four Society of Professional Journalists Excellence in Journalism awards.
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