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Bloom is an inspiring and heartfelt memoir that celebrates the beauty found in the unexpected, the strength of a mother’s love, and the amazing power of perspective. Kelle Hampton interweaves lyrical prose and stunning four-color photography as she recounts the unforgettable story of the first year in the life of her daughter Nella, who has Down syndrome. Poignant and eye-opening, Hampton’s Bloom is ultimately about embracing life and really living it. Preview the first chapter and pre-order ...

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to quote the author---"I think there are people who find hope in Church and perhaps don't understand that there is something bigger, something better, something that cannot be confined to four walls and a steeple or to a book or a sermon or a pastor." AMAZING!!!! So well spoken!!!! love love love it!!!

Bloom: Finding Beauty in the Unexpected--A Memoir: Kelle Hampton: 9780062045034: Amazon.com: Books

Cool, Calm & Contentious: Essays by Merrill Markoe. "This offers something for everyone: fans of humorous essays, fans of memoir, fans of great writing and finely drawn characters, fans of dogs, fans of talking dogs, and fans of reading about mothers who are so difficult and demanding they actually make you feel good about your own life. But most of all, this book is for the fans of Merrill Markoe, who will finally get a chance to learn what makes her tick." -Provided by publisher

Kelle Hampton ought to be applauded for taking the fear out of having a child with down syndrome and showing the BEAUTY instead.

27 Of The Most Exciting New Books Of 2015Amanda Filipacchi’s The Unfortunate Importance of Beauty is an examination of identity and beauty set in New York City, where a group of artists struggles with the standards set by society. Two women in particular fear their looks will prevent them from finding true love — one is plain-looking, while the other is too beautiful — problems that are only complicated when they discover there may be a murderer in their midst.

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Black Beauty written by English author Anna Sewell (1877)