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Jenny, Jenny, Who can I turn to?: Amelia Bedelia

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30 Books to Read in Your Thirties - Read. Relax. Retreat.

A great reminder about how to use your integrity to be successful in business. Highly recommended for anyone, but particularly young women starting out in the business world.

The Sisters by Nancy Jensen - Family secrets reverberate for generations - The ties that bind three generations of women also wrench them apart in “The Sisters,” Nancy Jensen’s first novel, which spans almost a century, from the 1920s to the current moment. Like so many painful family stories, this one begins with a miscommunication.

In 1950’s Brooklyn, sisters Rose and Pearl Weiss grow up in a loving but strict ultra-Orthodox family, never dreaming of defying their parents or their community’s unbending and intrusive demands. Then, a chance meeting with a young French immigrant turns Rose’s world upside down, its once bearable strictures suddenly tightening like a noose around her neck. In rebellion, she begins to live a secret life – a life that shocks her parents when it is discovered... #new #book #excerpt

Riding the Bus with my Sister by Rachel Simon - Rachel Simon's sister Beth is a spirited woman who lives intensely and often joyfully. Beth, who has an intellectual disability, spends her days riding the buses in her unnamed Pennsylvania city. The drivers, a lively group, are her mentors; her fellow passengers are her community.

I thought this was just a public speaking how to book but it turned out to be a lot more than that. Steve is a brilliant writer, very humorous and full of stories, which makes the book very easy to read and digest. If it's public speaking presentation tips you're after it definitely has that, but its real value is in the guide on how to handle day-to-day conversations and relating to people in different circumstances - including in arguments. Well worth a read...

I Speak Southern, Do Y'All? by Shirley H. Moore. $10.00. Publication: February 2, 2013. Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (February 2, 2013). llustrator: Ansley Sproull Content: humorous Southern idioms and sayings' Suitable for all ages. Show more Show less

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Thin Rich Pretty ~ Beth Harbison

Sheryl Sandberg’s “Lean In” Book Tops Amazon’s Best Sellers List On Its First Day Of Sales

Life Without Ed by Jenni Schaefer (and Thom Rutledge) This book will change your life. For anyone who knows someone with a eating disorder or has one their-self.

Like a no-nonsense but loving best friend, Tracy McMillan meets you right where you are to help you get where you’re going—with clarity and honesty (and a big dose of humor).

Gone Girl

I LOVED "The Awakening" by Kate Chopin! Extremely well-written, with great insight into 19th-century NOLA and Creole culture. SO good!

Must read

Best love story ever.

Amazing movie.

Something Borrowed

Excellent book!