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Alyssa Milano to Sign Hope Project Middle School in Brooklyn in October

By Jerry Del Priore 

Project Hope

Alyssa Milano’s Hope Project Middle School.

Alyssa Milano is coming home to Brooklyn to sign copies of her book, Hope Project Middle School, on Wednesday, October 16th at 4:00 p.m. The BookMark Shoppe is located at 8415 3rd Avenue in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. 

Hope is eleven years old, and she wants to be an astrophysicist. She loves swimming, Galaxy Girl comic books, her best friend Sam, and her two rescue dogs. 

Hope encounters all the trials and tribulations of being a preteen girl while finding her place in this crazy, mixed-up world. 

Born in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, Milano first gained fame at age 11 on the hit TV show “Who’s the Boss?” with Tony Danza.

The pretty Italian-American has starred in movies such as 1985’s Commando with Arnold Schwarzenegger and Embrace of a Vampire. But who can forget her role as Phoebe Halliwell in the TV drama Charmed, which aired from 1998 to 2006? 

Nowadays, Milano spends her time as an activist while acting and writing books. She has also authored Safe at Home, as she is known to be a huge baseball fan. 

Debbie Rigaud coauthored Hope Project Middle School while Eric S. Keyes illustrated it. 

Milano will only sign books purchased at The BookMark Shoppe. Ticket includes one copy of Hope Project Middle School.

To preorder Hope Project Middle School, click on the link to the left. 

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Veteran print and digital Sports Writer-Blogger-Reporter-Author experienced in writing in-depth profile stories on a variety of high school, college and professional athletes and teams. I cover all of Brooklyn, among other areas in NYC, New Jersey and Long Island. Additionally, I have developed a presentation based on my book, Running Through Roadblocks, that encourages children to overcome obstacles and never give up…no matter what! Food Writer/Blogger experienced in venue write-ups and reviews. I also own and write for a blog called Book: Running Through Roadblocks: Inspirational Stories of Twenty Courageous Athletic Warroirs Presentation:!/2011/03/running-through-roadblocks-school.html In addition, I have ample experience working with medically fragile children, children with behavioral challenges and children with cognitively impairments.

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