Sisters

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Running Press Book Publishers, 2004 - Family & Relationships - 164 pages
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With more than 1 million copies sold, Sisters changed the face of photo-essay books and spoke volumes to every person blessed with the companionship of a female sibling. This updated and revised edition of the highly acclaimed New York Times bestseller is a moving portrayal of the profound relationship between sisters, featuring a new format plus new photography and updated stories that follow up on 13 of the most poignant tales about the original 36 sets of featured siblings. The women in Sisters include both the famous--Christy Turlington, Dixie Carter, Coretta Scott King, Wendy Wasserstein--and the lesser known but still unforgettable. "Wohlmuth's striking photography will seduce you immediately," wrote Entertainment Weekly. "As for Saline, she has used the subject matter as a brilliant device."

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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, author of three books, and co-author of three photo-essay books.Since 1974, Carol Saline has worked as a senior writer at Philadelphia Magazine, where she specializes in health, profiles, and investigative reporting. Her articles have appeared in many national magazines, including Reader's Digest, Family Circle, More, Redbook, and Cosmo Girl. At present, Carol Saline serves on the boards of The National Osteoporosis Foundation, The Center for Literacy, and The Philadelphia Theater Company. Her roster of community activities includes several years as a volunteer telephone counselor for Contact 609, a mentor with Philadelphia Futures, and board membership with Jewish Family Service of South Jersey, Planned Parenthood of Camden County, The Mayor's Commission on Literacy, and Philadelphia CASA. Sharon J. Wohlmuth is an award-winning photojournalist, lecturer, and co-author of eight photo-essay books. For more than two decades, Wohlmuth was a staff news photographer and photo editor at The Philadelphia Inquirer. She shared a Pulitzer Prize for public service for her coverage of the Three Mile Island nuclear accident and was nominated again for her searing images of dying children in a Somalian refugee camp. Wohlmuth received numerous honors and awards during her journalistic career at The Philadelphia Inquirer: a Nieman Foundation for Journalism finalist at Harvard University, The World Press Photo Competition Feature Award, Sigma Delta Chi Best Feature Photograph, New Jersey Press Association: Best of Show, and varied awards from the Philadelphia Press Photographer's Association and the Pennsylvania Press Photographer's Association.

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