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Grandma Sugarpop Comes To Visit

Author : Ari Cohen
ISBN : 1952954487
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When Grandma Sugarpop visits her grandchildren, she always comes with presents! There will be picnics, tea parties, and lots of stories on her visit. This is the story of how one very loved Grandma became Grandma Sugarpop!

The Murderer S Daughters

Author : R.S. Meyers
ISBN : 9780748115891
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 44. 71 MB
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Sisters Lulu and Merry share a terrible past. When Lulu was only a child, she let her drunken father into the family home and watched him kill her mother - and then turn on six-year-old Merry. Years later, clinging to the wreckage of their childhood, the sisters try to make sense of what happened. Bound by their love for each other but divided by private grief, forgiveness comes at a higher price than either could have imagined. The Murderer's Daughters is a gripping and moving story of the ramifications of one violent act and the endurance of family loyalty - even when it is stretched to the very limit.

Stories From Grandma

Author : Katie H. Sweeney
ISBN : 9798886085785
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 46. 56 MB
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Create a cherished family keepsake with this grandmother's journal Grandmothers have an entire lifetime of unique memories and perspectives that can help younger generations discover where they came from and offer wisdom to guide them. Stories From Grandma is full of questions and prompts that help grandmothers organize the story of their life into a beautiful journal that families can share and pass down for generations to come. The prompts on each page will give your family a glimpse into where grandma came from, what she experienced, and her hopes for the future. It's her opportunity to reflect and open up about her past and things she wished she had learned from her own grandmother. The questions and activities are designed to trigger memories, highlight personal insights, and help grandma connect with the younger members of your family. A lifelong keepsake--This grandma journal can be saved and shared with children, grandchildren, and beyond. No rules--Grandma can open the book and pick any prompt, go through them in sequence, or have someone else write while she dictates--it's up to her. Time for everything--The prompts are grouped by themes and ideas, with sections for grandma's childhood, jobs, favorite things, big events, friends, and more. Preserve grandma's legacy for your family to treasure forever, with this grandparent journal.

Chasing Normal

Author : Lisa Papademitriou
ISBN : 1423103416
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Mieka Baker just wants to be normal. It’s tough enough that her mom left a few years ago and that her artist dad decorates the house solely with “treasures” from the “vintage” store (read: all their furniture is made out of plastic) but it’s just too much when Mieka and her dad have to leave Boston to go to spend the summer with her sick grandmother in Texas—someone Mieka has never met. Grandma Baker isn’t just brutally honest, she’s brutal. She tells Mieka she’s fat, frumpy, and basically unwanted. It’s all too much to handle, especially when she has to stay with her Aunt Kate’s family. The most normal family ever. Aunt Kate stays at home with the kids (where IS Mieka’s mom anyway?), Uncle Dave wears a suit to work, cousin Mark is a genius and Greta—well, she’s Mieka’s age but that’s where the similarity ends. She’s blond, beautiful, fit, friendly, popular and practically perfect. But as the summer progresses and Mieka learns a thing or two about herself (hey, she can actually learn to enjoy herself at camp, even if it is Bible camp and she happens to be a bit chubbier than every other camper there) and her family members she realizes that there’s no such thing as normal. That even though she and her dad aren’t a conventional family and aren’t rich and don’t go to church they are incredibly lucky to have each other and to have love. And even the perfect kids seem to be chasing normal too.

Sweetie Candies

Author : Anasua Basu,
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Genre : Fiction
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The book 'Sweetie Candies' is all about the remarkable collection of artistic and exquisite minds. The title of the book is decided by the compilers Miss. Anasua Basu, Miss. Satavisha Mishra and Mr. Sumit Sudama Pandey as the book depicts the alluring world and how people should live the way life is meant to be. Each and every co-author in the book has tried his best to let people know the elegant world.

On The Go Fun For Kids

Author : Amanda Morin
ISBN : 1440589208
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 79. 23 MB
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On-the-go activities that inspire quiet playtime fun! Do you find it difficult to keep your kids happy and busy while out running errands or during long car trips? Then look no further! From scavenger hunts and word puzzles to educational apps and imaginative play, On-the-Go Fun for Kids! offers 100 engaging activities they'll want to do again and again. Whether you're hitting the road, heading to grandma's house, or waiting patiently at the doctor's office, this guide includes simple playtime ideas for any situation, allowing you to entertain your children no matter where your family goes. And if you decide to stay in, you'll find plenty of activities for keeping them occupied while you're at home on a conference call, doing laundry, or preparing dinner. With On-the-Go Fun for Kids!, you can breathe easy knowing that your little ones are engrossed in hours of creative fun!

Stories From Grandpa

Author : Katie Sweeney
ISBN : 1647396123
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 47. 11 MB
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Create a multigenerational keepsake for the entire family--a storytelling journal for grandpas Grandfathers have an entire lifetime of unique memories and perspectives that can help younger generations discover where they came from and offer wisdom to guide them. Stories from Grandpa is full of questions and prompts that help grandfathers organize the story of their life into a beautiful journal that families can share and pass down for generations to come. The prompts on each page will give your family a glimpse into where grandpa came from, what he experienced, and his hopes for the future. It's his opportunity to reflect and open up about his past, and things he wished he'd learned from his own grandpa. The questions and activities are designed to trigger memories, highlight personal insights, and help grandpa connect with the younger members of your family. Stories from Grandpa features: A lifelong keepsake--This journal can be saved and shared with children, grandchildren, and beyond. No rules--Open the book and pick any prompt, go through them in sequence, or have someone else write while grandpa dictates--it's up to him. Time for everything--The prompts are grouped by themes and ideas, with sections for grandpa's childhood, jobs, favorite things, big events, friends, and more. This family-oriented journal for grandfathers will help you uncover a legacy that will live on.

The Mountains Sing

Author : Que Mai Phan Nguyen
ISBN : 9781616208189
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 78. 88 MB
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A Best Book of the Month/Season: The New York Times * The Washington Post * O, The Oprah Magazine * USA Today * Real Simple * Amazon * PopSugar * Book Riot * Paperback Paris * She Reads * We Are Bookish "[An] absorbing, stirring novel . . . that, in more than one sense, remedies history." —The New York Times Book Review “An epic account of Việt Nam’s painful 20th century history, both vast in scope and intimate in its telling . . . Moving and riveting.” —VIET THANH NGUYEN, author of The Sympathizer, winner of the Pulitzer Prize With the epic sweep of Min Jin Lee’s Pachinko or Yaa Gyasi’s Homegoing and the lyrical beauty of Vaddey Ratner’s In the Shadow of the Banyan, The Mountains Sing tells an enveloping, multigenerational tale of the Trần family, set against the backdrop of the Việt Nam War. Trần Diệu Lan, who was born in 1920, was forced to flee her family farm with her six children during the Land Reform as the Communist government rose in the North. Years later in Hà Nội, her young granddaughter, Hương, comes of age as her parents and uncles head off down the Hồ Chí Minh Trail to fight in a conflict that tore not just her beloved country, but her family apart. Vivid, gripping, and steeped in the language and traditions of Việt Nam, The Mountains Sing brings to life the human costs of this conflict from the point of view of the Vietnamese people themselves, while showing us the true power of kindness and hope. The Mountains Sing is celebrated Vietnamese poet Nguyễn Phan Quế Mai’s first novel in English.

I M Just Happy To Be Here

Author : Janelle Hanchett
ISBN : 9780316549431
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 56. 91 MB
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"A refreshingly raw, contrasting perspective on the foolproof idea of motherhood."--POPSUGAR "By turns painful and funny... A searingly candid memoir."--Kirkus "Far from your cookie-cutter story of addiction... [I'm Just Happy to Be Here] describes Hanchett's journey to recovery and sobriety in imperfect and unconventional ways."--Bustle In this unflinching and wickedly funny memoir, Janelle Hanchett tells the story of finding her way home. And then, actually staying there. Drawing us into the wild, heartbreaking mind of the addict, Hanchett carries us from motherhood at 21 with a man she'd known three months to cubicles and whiskey-laden domesticity, from judging meth addicts in rehab to therapists who "seem to pull diagnoses out of large, expensive hats." With warmth, wit, and searing B.S. detectors turned mostly toward herself, Hanchett invites us to laugh when we probably shouldn't and to rejoice at the unconventional redemption she finds in desperation and in a misfit mentor who forces her to see the truth of herself. A story of ego and forced humility, of fierce honesty and jagged love, of the kind of failure that forces us to re-create our lives, Hanchett writes with rare candor, scorching the "sanctity of motherhood," and leaving beauty in the ashes.

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