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All Joy and No Fun

I’d heard enough about this that I snagged it off the new book cart and read the intro. That got me hooked enough to ask for an audio copy. All Joy and No Fun: the Paradox of Modern Parenthood by … Continue reading

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Are You My Mother?

I was first introduced to Bechdel by one of the lesbian intern pastors at my church.  While I enjoy Dykes to Watch Out For, I recommend Fun Home frequently to people who don’t know where to start with graphic novels.  … Continue reading

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When Parents Hurt

This is meant for parents of older children than I’ve yet recommended, but the information in it is both a valuable (if potentially painful) glimpse of possible futures and helpful for looking at any damaged family relationship. When Parents Hurt … Continue reading

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Tapestries

Trying to research Waldorf, and this book came in a grocery bag of Waldorf-related books. Interesting, though not really helpful for doing Waldorf with children. Tapestries: Weaving Life’s Journey by Betty Staley People change around every seven years, says Staley, … Continue reading

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