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19 Incredible Books About Families That'll Actually Change Your Life
Community-based reading initiatives are a growing trend across the country, and we're pleased to support these programs with a wide range of resources. Motherhood is beautiful, exhausting, endlessly surprising, and above all, complicated. Expectations for and the experiences of mothers can change dramatically and not always for the better with each passing generation, making for some truly fascinating and moving subject matter for our best novelists working today. The novels collected here feature a wide range of mothers at different times in history, each grappling with what it means in her very specific time and place to love a child and try to keep her or him safe in the world. One of them, Mrs. When sixty-nine-year-old So-nyo is separated from her husband among the crowds of the Seoul subway station, her family begins a desperate search to find her.
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Add to Bag. Parenthood is messy and complicated, and Where We Belong illustrates that beautifully. Little Earthquakes , by Jennifer Weiner Being a parent is hard enough, but when life gets in the way, it can make raising children seem nearly impossible. There is joy in motherhood, but there is also tragedy, fear, worry, and vulnerability. Motherhood is messy and finding the balance between work, self-care, relationships, and being a parent can be more than just complicated—sometimes it seems impossible.
We fight and stop speaking. We tell them everything or nothing at all , we let them coddle us or push them away ; we love them, we hate them. Summoning the courage to confront her mother after decades of estrangement, Barbara discovers the healing power of sacred rituals and decides to forgive the woman who turned her world upside down in hopes of sparing her own daughter from a bitter family legacy. Skyler Sutton has grown up with doting parents who lavish her with riding lessons, fine clothes, and anything else she could wish for. This novel is a hilarious and poignant exploration of parenting in the age of social media. Tired of her most embarrassing moments being uploaded online for all to read about, year-old Abbie moves miles away from home to escape her mother Ruth, who runs a popular mom blog.