And it’s time to find some more books to curl up with. We have some recommendations for you.
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Mother Jones: Raising Cain & Consciousness, by Simon Cordery, is a story of fiery labor activist, Mary Harris. (Reviewed by Susan Schoch)
Profound mother-daughter dialogues fill BECOMING FLAME: UNCOMMON MOTHER-DAUGHTER WISDOM, by Isabel Anders. (Reviewed by
CRAFT HOPE: HANDMADE GIFTS FOR A CAUSE, by Jade Sims, inspires the reader to spread hope, one stitch at a time. (Reviewed by Laura S Hulka)
A SPECIAL MOTHER, by Anne Ford, is an encouraging must-read for any parent with learning disabled child. (Reviewed by
THE SOUND OF A WILD SNAIL EATING, by Elisabeth Tova Bailey. A tiny companion makes all the difference. Fascinating. (Reviewed by Susan Ideus)