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The Mother-Daughter Banquet By Jeannie Gayle Pool
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This is Jeannie Pool's third book of poetry. A composer and musicologist, she has been writing poetry since childhood. Part I of this book are poems written for her mother while she was dying of... More > bone cancer; Part II are portraits of women.< Less
The Mother-Daughter Banquet By Jeannie Gayle Pool
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This is Jeannie Pool's third book of poetry. A composer and musicologist, she has been writing poetry since childhood. Part I of this book are poems written for her mother while she was dying of... More > bone cancer; Part II are portraits of women.< Less
Mothers & Daughters Like To Fuck! By Mike Myers
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Have you ever had a sex party or been with more than one woman at a time? Did you know that women often fool around with random strangers, regardless of their relationship status, and have... More > threesomes with their girlfriends? You might have, but did you also know that mothers and daughters like to have threesomes and sex parties with random guys as well? If not and you are interested in how it works and how you too can join in on the fun, get this book! I will walk you step-by-step through scenarios and show you how.< Less
Her Mother's Daughter By Catherine M Butterfield
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When she saw her American neighbour, Joe Stone standing in her London garden on that cold, spring night Kate Walker knew she was attracted to him. But Joe isn't the only one hiding from a past.... More > Though physically attracted to each other they are always at odds and their fragile relationship inevitably crumbles when Kate's true identity is revealed. Believing she has one choice to save them both Kate runs but she has experienced a different life now and the transition back to the subservient drug-dependent gypsy she once was is too much. Unable to trust anyone Joe hides them deep in the English countryside. Their time together is special, to all intents and purposes just another ordinary couple. But scratch the surface and their relationship is as fragile as before, both unable to trust. They can run or they can play - Kate has been a pawn in a chess game that started before she was born. But no more. No more running. No more hiding. They'll become players too.< Less
MOTHERS By JUDY STADT
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MOTHERS is a theatrical piece about the unique bond between mothers and daughters as the roles are passed down through the generations. No matter how much we learn, grow and change, even when our... More > mothers are no longer alive, we can still hear the echoes of our mothers in our ears. Wonderful piece for Community Theatre groups or small Theatres because of the minimal set required.< Less
My Daughter, My Mother, Myself By Marva Collins-Bush
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This journal has prompts from a mother's point of view when thinking about her adult daughter(s). My Daughter, My Mother, Myself is designed to assist you in creating the kind of mother/daughter... More > relationship(s) you want with your daughter(s). I honor your willingness an courage to look closely at the most important and influential relationships in your life.< Less
A Beautiful Life, A Beautiful Death, A Mother and Daughter's Journey By Teresa Hurst
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One ordinary life. She was a daughter, a wife, a mother. By all appearances, she seemed to follow the usual road. Marcella raised five children. She kept a clean house. She made a mean pot... More > roast (oh, and goulash). And yet, there was so much more to that strong, hard-working woman than the ordinary and obvious. For over ten years she battled terminal cancer and instructed her children on the value of redemptive suffering and the immeasurable importance she placed on her Catholic faith. She taught her daughter through our Lord’s example: “Deny yourself, take up your cross, and follow.” “Her life and especially her death were so remarkable that I knew I must share it.” Teresa Hurst A Beautiful Life… chronicles her last week. It tells of the deep and complex relationship between a mother and daughter, the humor in life, the incredible heartbreak that comes with loss, and the healing that only God can give.< Less
A Wealth of Love... A Mother Daughter Book By Lorna Hegarty
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Raising a teenage daughter can be very difficult. This book was written by the author to give practical tips, ideas, suggestions and strategies that will help raising a daughter with love, giving... More > guidance that is listened to, and above all, acceptance. Mothers and daughters have a special bond, and in order to have a great relationship, there are some pretty important things to do and not do! Read this book to discover how one mother and daughter have managed to live through the difficult years and have a strong loving bond.< Less
A Wealth of Love... A Mother Daughter Book By Lorna Hegarty
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Raising a teenage daughter can be very difficult. This book was written by the author to give practical tips, ideas, suggestions and strategies that will help raising a daughter with love, giving... More > guidance that is listened to, and above all, acceptance. Mothers and daughters have a special bond, and in order to have a great relationship, there are some pretty important things to do and not do! Read this book to discover how one mother and daughter have managed to live through the difficult years and have a strong loving bond.< Less
The Sharecropper's Daughter By Julie Miliner
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The Sharecropper's Daughter tells the story of Frank Lee, a girl born to a black mother and a white father in 1930s South Carolina. Frank Lee grows up between the precarious backdrop of being black... More > but looking white amid racist and ambiguous times. She is forced to find a balance between a mother who finds it difficult to embrace her and a father she will never know. Abandoned at birth she is shuffled from one place to another, sometimes with relatives but sometimes with strangers who value the weekly stipend they receive for her care more than the girl herself. She is eventually reunited with her mother but the relationship is strained and uncertain. This is an epic tale that spans the time of slavery through the 1950s. The characters are rich and fluent in the language of survival and perseverance. There is love, loss, pain and forgiveness that every reader will identify with.< Less