Felice Cohen, the grandchild of two Holocaust survivors, is the author of the award-winning book What Papa Told Me, a memoir about her grandfather’s life before, during and after the war. The book has been endorsed by Elie Wiesel and Yad Vashem, translated into Polish, won three honorable mention book awards, and has sold 30,000 copies around the world. Aside from having spoken to thousands about her grandfather, she is featured in two documentaries focusing on grandchildren of survivors. Her newest book, 90 Lessons for Living Large in 90 Square Feet (…or more), won the 2017 New York Book Festival Award for Best How To book, as well as the 2016 Pacific Review Best Self Help book. 90 Lessons is a “want to” guide motivating people to do more of what they love by letting go of extra stuff. The book was inspired by the YouTube video of her 90-square-foot Manhattan studio that went viral with millions of views, gaining media attention across the globe. Felice has been featured on Good Morning America, NBC, CBS, Fox5, Sirius, NPR, Time, Forbes, Globe & Mail, New York Daily News, and the Daily Mail to name a few. She is also featured in a documentary on tiny living. Felice writes the blog Living Large in Any Space and has written for the New York Daily News, amNew York, Metro and others. What enabled Felice to “live large” in that tiny studio is that she has been a professional organizer for over 20 years. Please visit her website http://www.felicecohen.com.