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One Mother To Another

Author : Melissa Mowry
ISBN : 0692701818
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It's no secret that parenting books are a dime a dozen. Certain books will tell you what type of fruit your baby most resembles this week or the best method for calming a colicky newborn. Others will teach you how to potty train your toddler in three days or convince your four-year-old to eat something other than ketchup. But what about the rest of it-all the other million little moments that make up being a parent? Known for her wit and honesty about raising young children through her popular blog One Mother to Another, Melissa Mowry brings us a collection of stories about those little details-the kinds of things you whisper to a mom friend over a glass of wine but rarely hear anyone talk about out loud. In a relatable style that's both funny and raw, Mowry tackles subjects that span pregnancy loss and marital growing pains to mom guilt and the occasional desire to run away from home. If you've ever read a parenting book and wished for a little more, you'll find One Mother to Another to be a fresh new take on the world's most talked-about subject.

Just Between Us

Author : Cathy Kelly
ISBN : 9780743490269
Genre : Fiction
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From the best-selling author of Best of Friends comes an uplifting novel about how four very different women--matriarch Rose and her three daughters, Stella, Holly, and Tara--cope with the complexities of their lives, relationships, careers, and families to find fulfilment. Reprint. 30,000 first printing.

Just Between Us

Author : Cathy Kelly
ISBN : 9780743490269
Genre : Fiction
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From the best-selling author of Best of Friends comes an uplifting novel about how four very different women--matriarch Rose and her three daughters, Stella, Holly, and Tara--cope with the complexities of their lives, relationships, careers, and families to find fulfilment. Reprint. 30,000 first printing.

Just Between Us

Author : Selena Haskins
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Just Between US there is a determination to reminisce and reveal all that once crippled our lives. You are invited to share in this short story collection of TM Brown, Tamika Christy, Nicole Dunlap, Selena Haskins, Janice Ross and Adrienne Thompson. These stories are all real, no work of fiction can match the emotional expressions displayed in this heartfelt collection of inspirational stories.

Just Between Us

Author : Deborah Bedford
ISBN : 9781460362037
Genre : Fiction
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"I'm going to have a baby. Me. Ann. My dad is not gonna understand." Fourteen-year-old Ann was right. Richard Small didn't understand how he and his daughter had grown so far apart, or why he was angry all the time. Missing his late wife more than ever, he arranged for a Big Sister to offer Ann the support he felt incapable of giving himself. Enter Monica Albright. Adopted as a baby by a wealthy and caring family, Monica wanted to pass on the blessings granted to her. At thirty-two, she had a lot of love to give her new Little Sister. What Monica didn't count on was falling in love with Ann's father. Or that the very person who had brought them together could ultimately keep them apart.…

Just Between Us

Author : J.H. Trumble
ISBN : 9780758277190
Genre : Fiction
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Seventeen-year-old Luke Chesser is trying to forget his spectacular failure of a love life. He practices marching band moves for hours in the hot Texas sun, deals with his disapproving father, and slyly checks out the new band field tech, Curtis Cameron. Before long, Luke is falling harder than he knew he could. And this time, he intends to play it right. Since testing positive for HIV, Curtis has careened between numbness and fear. Too ashamed to tell anyone, Curtis can't possibly act on his feelings. And Luke--impulsive, funny, and more tempting than he realizes--won't take a hint. Even when Curtis distances himself it backfires, leaving him with no idea how to protect Luke from the truth. Confronting a sensitive topic with candor and aplomb, acclaimed author J. H. Trumble renders a modern love story as sweet, sharp, and messy as the real thing, where easy answers are elusive, and sometimes the only impossible thing is to walk away. Praise For J. H. Trumble's Don't Let Me Go "A sexy, vibrant, and heartfelt debut." --Martin Wilson, award-winning author of What They Always Tell Us "Deeply moving. . .will be appreciated by adults and teens alike." --Publishers Weekly, starred review "A charming story. Trumble's love for the characters is evident on every page, and it's contagious." --Robin Reardon, author of A Secret Edge

Just Between Us

Author : Various
ISBN : 9781743287934
Genre : Literary Collections
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Empathetic, supportive and respectful... Or competitive, manipulative and downright bitchy? Or somewhere in between? In Just Between Us, a host of Australia's best-loved female writers bare all on this age-old quandary: Are female friendships all-natural and nurturing? Or are some more damaging than delightful? And most of all, what happens when female relationships go off the rails? And who is to blame? While falling in and out of romantic love is a well-documented experience, losing a friend rarely gets discussed. Which doesn't mean the pain is less - quite the opposite, as we discover in this extraordinary collection of heartfelt fiction and non-fiction works that put female friendship in the spotlight. Nikki Gemmell looks at the hardwiring that keeps us bonded in tightly knit packs, but makes us feel oh-so-claustrophic in mothers groups and at the school gate. Melina Marchetta reveals the peculiar shame of being overlooked for the high-status netball positions of Centre and Goal Attack. Liz Byrski conducts a forensic examination of her own friendship history, and finds some uncomfortable patterns. And Merridy Eastman pens a letter from Helena to Hermia from A Midsummer Night's Dream, which shines the light on one of literature's most famously dysfunctional female friendships.

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