Sisters

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Running Press Book Publishers, 1998 - Photography - 136 pages
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The bond between sisters is profound and unique. In original essays and photographs, here is a moving portrayal of a relationship like no other.

These women speak of the wisdom and experience they share with their sisters. They are writers, athletes, students, painters, socialites, and teachers. They tell how they share challenges in the same careers, compete in different professions, and battle together against illness.

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Gift from my sister Debbie for my 38th Birthday with wishes to inspire us to write "our" sister story someday! - Lovely Read full review

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Carol Saline is an award-winning journalist, broadcaster, and public speaker. She is currently senior writer at Philadelphia magazine. Sharon J. Wohlmuth covers national and international assignments for The Philadelphia Inquirer, and she shares the papera (TM)s Pulitzer Prize for coverage of the Three Mile Island nuclear accident. Their first collaboration, Sisters, was a surprise a " and a runaway a " bestseller in 1994, holding its spot on the New York Times list for 63 weeks.

Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen, #1 New York Times and USA Today best-selling authors of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series, are professional speakers who have dedicated their lives to enhancing the personal and professional development of others. Sharon J. Wohlmuth is a prizewinning photojournalist and lecturer who, for over 20 years, has covered national and international assignments for the Philadelphia Inquirer. Her photographs have won many awards, and she shares the Inquirer's Pulitzer Prize for coverage of the Three Mile Island nuclear accident. Her work has appeared in Life, Newsweek, and People magazines. She is the co-creator of the best-selling books Mother and Daughter and Sisters.

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