Unplanned Parenthood: The Confessions of a Seventysomething Surrogate Mother

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Random House, 1994 - Social Science - 231 pages
"Well into her seventies, the indomitable Liz Carpenter took on the task of bringing up three teenagers - and bring them up she did. Her warm, witty, wonderful, and rambunctious story will make all readers proud to be part of the human race. Unplanned Parenthood relates how she and the kids not only survived it all, but reaped the rewards only one generation can bestow upon another."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

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UNPLANNED PARENTHOOD: The Confessions of a Septuagenarian Surrogate Mother

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An inspiring, humorous, and thoughtful account of unexpected single motherhood by former LBJ White House press secretary Carpenter (Ruffles and Flourishes, 1970). Raising three teenagers as a single ... Read full review

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World War II journalist in Washington, D.C.; press secretary for Lady Bird Johnson; best-selling author of books like Ruffles and Flourishes-Carpenter thought she had done it all until she became surrogate mother to her three teenaged grandchildren. An 18-city author tour launches this book. Read full review


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