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I Was 30 Weeks Pregnant When Doctors Told Me I Had Breast Cancer
I wasn't prepared for the moment I found out I had breast cancer, especially since I was 36 - and 30 weeks pregnant.
Incredible YA Novels Even Adults Should Read
These incredible novels may be written for Young Adults, but they should be enjoyed by adults, too.
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Read This: The Little Communist Who Never Smiled
The truth behind the fairy tale of Romanian Gymnast Nadia Comaneci, "The Little Communist Who Never Smiled" is a must-read.
You Should Read This Book: "Etta and Otto and Russell and James"
This is your first 'must read' of the summer and it's going to take you back in time and suspend reality.
How a Simple Book Changed the Way I Work as a Parent
I grew up loving books. I was fascinated by them. I read everything I could get my hands on. And then I stopped.
Martinis & Motherhood: Tales of Wonder, Woe, and WTF?!
If you enjoy snipits of stories that allow you to see into the lives of other mothers - and martinis - you're going to want to read this book.
"Blue's Clues" Co-Creator: Break Rules, Never Stop Creating
If your kids love Blue's Clues and Horton Hears a Who, you're going to want to purchase this new book by Todd Kessler.
Why We Think You Need To Read 'Motherhood' by JC Little
If a picture is worth a thousand words then this book is priceless, especially when those pictures speak right to a mother’s heart.
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Toxin Toxout: How to Rid Harmful Chemicals From Our Bodies
Win a copy of this must-have guide to understanding the effects of toxins in our bodies and how you can get them out.
Got Girls? Get "The Care and Keeping of You" and You Won't Regret It
I am very much of the mindset that we should be open with our children about their bodies and about puberty.
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