All About Mom: From Mark Twain to Maya Angelou--Insights, Thoughts, And Life Lessons on Motherhood
Nothing else in life compares to the one-of-a-kind bond mothers have with their children. Filled with more than 400 heartfelt reflections from such luminaries as Sylvia Plath, Booker T. Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Helen Keller, Alice Walker, Toni Morrison, Thomas Edison, Mark Twain, Jamaica Kincaid, Anne Tyler, and Amy Tan, All About Momis a wise, witty, touching, and always honest look at what it really means to be mom. Whether reflecting on a mother's strength, unconditional love and wisdom or examining her influence on her grown children's lives, this book goes straight to the heart of this essential, enduring relationship.
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