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Where is My Dee-Chee? written by Allison Motz and illustrated by Carolyn Huber

Where is My Dee-Chee? written by Allison Motz and illustrated by Carolyn Huber

PHOTO BY CHUCK HOVEN
Sunday, December 8, 2013; Community Service Alliance Benefit, Pilgrim Church, W. 14th Street: Madison Motz, age 8, Emily Motz, age 6, and Max Motz, age 3, sit on their sitter, Melanie Arehart’s lap, while helping to sell a book, Where is My Dee-Chee?, written by their mother, Allison Motz. Madison and Emily say they are both featured in the book illustrated by their aunt, artist Carolyn Huber. In the book, the children explore places in Cleveland while they look for a lost dee-chee. The Community Service Alliance helps provide housing, job assistance and personal, behavioral and spiritual support for men transitioning out of homelessness.

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