Letters to a Girl: A Perennial Celebration of Growing Up Female

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Three Sons Pub, Apr 30, 2005 - Family & Relationships - 56 pages
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In Letters to a Girl, twenty-one remarkable women with different life experiences share their thoughts, observations, hopes and dreams about what every woman and girl needs to remember as they maneuver life. Presented in the lost art of letter writing, each page presents a timeless gift for all women. 100 percent of my profits directly go to the YWCA in support of vital childcare, anti-violence, shelter, health, fitness and social justice programs for women and girls.

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Letter writers include a headmistress of a competitive girls prep school, a journalism professor and author, a single mother dedicated to becoming a battered womans counselor, a young adopted Chinese girl, a recent immigrant from Colombia who became certified in breast health exam education, a seasoned midwife and shaman apprentice, a previously homeless mother now studying at Harvard, a theatrical director and hospital chaplain, a student athlete, a world-class concert pianist, a Lebanese matchmaker, and a successful consultant for international corporations.

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