Mom's Favorite Stories

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5 Fold Media Llc, Jul 31, 2011 - Fiction - 58 pages
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In Mildred Mumford's Mom's Favorite Stories, it's easy to keep a desire to read fueled through every page. This enchanting book is full of short stories of friendships, families, and fictional characters with life struggles and journeys. Each short story is unique, and all of them will lead you to an inspiring outcome.Out of her varied life experiences and observations, Mildred formed a collection of stories and poems for all ages. Her gift with words and her analytical thinking make her stories easy and fun to read. With hidden lessons such as caring for the environment and accepting yourself the way you are, these stories are perfect for a leisurely afternoon. Read these stories and allow your imagination to take off. Soon, these short stories will be your favorites too."All of the tales in Mom's Favorite Stories are powerful in their simplicity, and their wit and humor transcend the words on the page. Though written in a bygone era, Mildred's stories have a timeless quality about them. Her stories are as fresh and contemporary as any written today. Whatever your age, I hope that you, like I have, will not only delight yourselves in these stories but will allow them to speak to your heart." Telesta Featherstun Rice, Editor

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About the author (2011)

Born July 4, 1908, Mildred Mumford was the eldest of three daughters. She was blessed to be raised in a loving, Christian home. After marrying Louis Mumford in the 1930's, they went on to have their only daughter, Marilyn Ward, in 1942. Always wanting a large family, they soon became foster parents. Mildred also became a leader in a well known girl's club and was able to express her love for children through that experience. During their sixty-four years of marriage, Mildred and her husband faced hardship and illness, including cancer. She had a zest for life born out of a near death experience. Out of her varied life experiences and observations, she formed a collection of stories and poems for all ages. Her gift with words and her analytical thinking make her stories easy and fun to read. Mildred's personal response to life lives on in her written memories.

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