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A Worn Path: The Unfinished Work of Elizabeth D. Tackles September 11 and the Private Lives of Women

A Worn Path: The Unfinished Work of Elizabeth D. Tackles September 11 and the Private Lives of Women

“The relationship women in Western culture have with food is complicated and often fraught with strange rituals and beliefs, unhealthy behavior, guilt, and shame. From their friendship as roommates at an Ivy League college, each woman's life is detailed through their relationships with food and with other people at defining points in their lives. Their struggles and emotions feel very real and are often all too familiar.” Samantha Gordon, The Library Shop, San Diego, CA

“The relationship women in Western culture have with food is complicated and often fraught with strange rituals and beliefs, unhealthy behavior, guilt, and shame. From their friendship as roommates at an Ivy League college, each woman's life is detailed through their relationships with food and with other people at defining points in their lives. Their struggles and emotions feel very real and are often all too familiar.” Samantha Gordon, The Library Shop, San Diego, CA

Audiobook Review: Seasons' End by Will North / Literary Hoarders

Audiobook Review: Seasons’ End

Audiobook Review: Seasons' End by Will North / Literary Hoarders

She's just south of the Wyoming border, but we'll claim her -- she's a a wonderful contemporary western writer. This book just out.

She's just south of the Wyoming border, but we'll claim her -- she's a a wonderful contemporary western writer. This book just out.

The setting of Sara Taylor’s ambitious and unique debut novel is The Shore—three islands off the coast of Virginia, just south of Maryland, “trailing out into the Atlantic Ocean like someone’s dripped paint.”

The setting of Sara Taylor’s ambitious and unique debut novel is The Shore—three islands off the coast of Virginia, just south of Maryland, “trailing out into the Atlantic Ocean like someone’s dripped paint.”

Throwing a BABY SHOWER? Have guests sign Why Is Mommy So Tired? and write their best mommy advice in the book. Then, read aloud story and advice during the party and give it to the mommy-to-be! Fun activity and heartfelt gift for mom and baby!

Throwing a BABY SHOWER? Have guests sign Why Is Mommy So Tired? and write their best mommy advice in the book. Then, read aloud story and advice during the party and give it to the mommy-to-be! Fun activity and heartfelt gift for mom and baby!

Otherbound by Corinne Duyvis recommended by Sarah from SarahNightOwl books similar to Sense8

Otherbound by Corinne Duyvis recommended by Sarah from SarahNightOwl books similar to Sense8

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