Careers Inside the World of Homemaking and Parenting

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The Rosen Publishing Group, 1998 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
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These titles form a comprehensive career and school-to-work collection that will help your students assess their goals.

 

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Contents

Introduction
6
Preparing for Your Career
17
A Day in the Life of a Homemaker
23
The Challenges
29
Are You Really Ready?
40
Other Opportunities
50
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About the author (1998)

Maryann Miller won her first writing award at age twelve with a short story in the Detroit News Scholastic Writing Awards Contest and continues to garner recognition for her short stories, books, and screenplays. In addition to "Doubletake" she has published several other novels, including the Seasons Mystery Series, which features two women homicide detectives in Dallas. You can find all her titles on her Amazon Author Page. She lives in the beautiful Piney Woods of East Texas, where she also loves to play on stage. Margaret Sutton has headed up several unique businesses in the Dallas area. These included the production of home decorating items and a custom-design carpet sculpting business. Sutton has placed short stories in several mystery magazines such as Ellery Queen Magazine. A resident of Texas, Sutton shares her home with a pet monkey and considers herself "Willie's Mom.

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