Unplanned parenthood: the confessions of a seventysomething surrogate mother

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Random House, 1994 - Biography & Autobiography - 231 pages
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A journalist and author of Ruffles and Flourishes describes what it is like as a septuagenarian to suddenly take on the task of raising three teenagers, offering a heart-warming, witty look at raising youngsters in the 1990s. 50,000 first printing. Tour.

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World War II journalist in Washington, D.C.; press secretary for Lady Bird Johnson; best-selling author of books like Ruffles and Flourishes-Carpenter thought she had done it all until she became surrogate mother to her three teenaged grandchildren. An 18-city author tour launches this book. Read full review

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A Born-Again Mom - New York Times
UNPLANNED PARENTHOOD The Confessions of a Seventysomething Surrogate Mother. By Liz Carpenter. 231 pp. New York: Random House. ...
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1995.04.27: Rosalynn Carter and Liz Carpenter to Kick Off Older ...
... has recently written a book entitled "Unplanned Parenthood: The Confessions of a Seventysomething Surrogate Mother." Her story brings national attention ...
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