Journalist and photographer Lili Holzer-Glier's Rockabye provides a glimpse of post-Hurricane Sandy Queens--its damaged landscape and debris, as well as its residents, who continue to pay the emotional, financial and physical toll of the storm. The volume pays homage to the resilience of a rebuilding community.
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