It is our pleasure to inform that the Taste of Poland Festival is going to welcome special guests Joan and Mel Gordon, the authors of a book about Polish national hero General Casimir Pulaski.

 

We will have an opportunity to meet the authors, to purchase books at $28.95 for the hardcover and $16.95 for the paperback and have them autographed.

 

Read more about the authors here.

 

 

The book presents little-known facts about Pulaski.

 

"Pulaski The Forgotten Hero, is an action-packed historical novel set in 18th century Europe and America. It follows Casimir Pulaski from birth through the wars and battles he fought in Poland and America. In spite of, or perhaps because of, what was considered an abnormality, he became a hero on both continents, a masterful horseman, and the Father of the American Cavalry. He saved the most sacred religious site in Poland from invading Russians and General George Washington’s life at the Battle of Brandywine. He fell in love with a Duke’s wife and a backwoods Indian maiden and was killed while fighting for American Independence at the Siege of Savannah on October 9, 1779.”

Pulaski: The Forgotten Hero of Two Worlds, Mel and Joan Gordon, 2017