In Full Bloom: Tales of Women in Their Prime
Here is a celebration of mature women--women whom author Sharon Creeden likens to fully opened blossoms. A professional storyteller, Creeden draws on folktales, her stock-in-trade, to illuminate female heroism and life issues women face, including childbirth, aging, and death.
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FOREWORD by Naomi Baltuck
SHARING OUR WEALTH
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