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Mommy Pick Me Up by Soledad Bravi

Title Mommy Pick Me Up
Author Soledad Bravi
Publisher Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR)
Release Date 2016-04-05
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 40
ISBN 9781466895713
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Mommy, Pick Me Up is about a little boy who calls for help from his mom whenever he needs anything—help finding his pajamas, assistance on the potty, or just a snuggle. Then he finally calls for his dad. Whatever could he want? This is sure to inspire giggles from both parents and kids, as they recognize parts of their own daily routines on these pages.

Ericka S Story by Minister Kelley D. Gulley

Title Ericka s Story
Author Minister Kelley D. Gulley
Publisher Xulon Press
Release Date 2012-05-01
Category Medical
Total Pages 314
ISBN 9781622300273
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Reading Ericka's Story was one of the hardest things I have ever done. There were times when I had to stop reading, because I could not stop crying. I don't know if it was my own pain or the pain I felt for you, Dominic and Racquel. Reading the book helped me understand why it was so difficult for you to write. The purpose of the book is compelling. In my view, it admonishes parents who have children with life threatening diseases to bond with family and others in their social networks and especially God to help them through all of the uncertainty and pain that they will experience. The book does a wonderful job of capturing the feelings of all of the people in your lives and the roles they played in this drama. It is a premier for all parents with children diagnosed with terminal diseases. Frank Lomax III Ericka's Grandpa Minister Kelley Denise Gulley, MBA is a member of World Conquerors Church in Oakland, California, where she leads the Prayer Warriors Ministry and serves on the Vision in Action Team which works to implement Pastoral initiatives. She is a dynamic facilitator, speaker and teacher who counts it a privilege to have worked in and ministered to people living in low income communities of color across the country and in Montego Bay, Jamaica. Kelley's purpose in life is to bless others. She believes that she has been given gifts, abilities and experiences so that she can be used by God as a transfer point for these gifts to be deposited in the people who cross her path. Kelley is married to her high school sweetheart, Dominic. They have two children Racquel and Dominic, Jr. who you will learn more about in Ericka's Story.

Happily Ever After by Annette Morris

Title Happily Ever After
Author Annette Morris
Publisher iUniverse
Release Date 2009-10
Category Self-Help
Total Pages 144
ISBN 9781440177149
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The abused children in our world do not know that an expansion has occurred in their brains as a result of the abuse. They do not know that they have a deeper understanding and recognition for love than most others. They have not yet been told that the dissociative states, the constant firing of fear in their brains (panic disorders), and the need to scan an environment for danger actually created an expansion in their consciousness. That expansion will allow abused or violated people to heal their wounds, release the blocks to love in their lives, and be the pioneers who create our New Reality. Happily Ever After is a collection of stories about six children who suffered from abuse. These stories have been strategically written through NLP techniques to allow the reader to access compassion and tap into the vast imagination that is available to all at birth. The children in these stories offer an incredible gift in their imaginative scenarios toward building a kinder and more compassionate world--a New World that elicits motivation and enthusiasm instead of violence.

Title Nelson Vs the United States of America
Author Marcus Giavanni
Publisher G & B Pub
Release Date 1998
Category Law
Total Pages 484
ISBN STANFORD:36105060430027
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The book recounts day by day how the FBI investigators somehow centered the entire extortion plot around Nelson and another innocent man whose only mistake was to spend fifteen minutes chatting by the lake, and then to stop at a fast food restaurant for a hamburger. Nelson fit the profile that the FBI had in mind - a long pony tail, a cellular phone, and a red Corvette which he liked to drive fast. From this harmless set of facts grew an inconsistent FBI surveillance log, incredibly biased misstatements of the truth, and wholly contrived witness statements, all elaborately tailored to inplicate Nelson. Other evidence of Nelson's innocence and the unreliability of the existing evidence was simply ignored, including an FBI wiretap conversation between the real extortionist and his accomplice discussing the extortion plot in detail. The real extortionist admitted that he had no idea who the FBI had arrested. Nevertheless, Nelson was indeed arrested with his photo plastered all over the Phoenix newspapers. Nelson's life would never be the same.

So Glad We Waited by Lois Nachamie

Title So Glad We Waited
Author Lois Nachamie
Publisher Three Rivers Press (CA)
Release Date 2000
Category Family & Relationships
Total Pages 255
ISBN CORNELL:31924085811812
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Discusses the issues and challenges older parents must face and offers practical advice for coping with a young child and middle age at the same time.

Mommy Let Me Live by Lakisha Chapman

Title Mommy Let me Live
Author Lakisha Chapman
Publisher PublishAmerica
Release Date 2010-10-21
Category
Total Pages 274
ISBN 1448971551
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Taking Care Of Mommy by Paula Linden

Title Taking Care of Mommy
Author Paula Linden
Publisher Doubleday Books
Release Date 1983
Category Childbirth
Total Pages 239
ISBN 0385191448
Language English, Spanish, and French
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O God by Mehdi Alavi

Title O God
Author Mehdi Alavi
Publisher Winston-Derek Publishers
Release Date 1994-09
Category
Total Pages 396
ISBN 1555236537
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A powerful tool for harvesting inner treasure, empowering people to live life to its fullest. For folks of all walks of life.

Mortal Rituals by Matt J. Rossano

Title Mortal Rituals
Author Matt J. Rossano
Publisher Columbia University Press
Release Date 2013-08-13
Category Science
Total Pages 248
ISBN 9780231535465
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A psychology professor examines what the survivors of the airplane crash hailed “The Miracle of the Andes” can show us about human evolution. On December 21, 1972, sixteen young survivors of Uruguayan Air Force Flight 571 were rescued after spending ten weeks stranded at the crash site of their plane, high in the remote Andes Mountains. The incident made international headlines and spawned several best-selling books, fueled partly by the fact that the young men had resorted to cannibalism to survive. Matt Rossano examines this story from an evolutionary perspective, weaving together findings and ideas from anthropology, psychology, religion, and cognitive science. During their ordeal, these young men broke “civilized” taboos to fend off starvation and abandoned “civilized” modes of thinking to maintain social unity and individual sanity. Through the power of ritual, the survivors were able to endure severe emotional and physical hardship. Rossano ties their story to our story, seeing in the mortal rituals of this struggle for survival a reflection of what it means to be human. “[Rossano’s] narrative describes a “microcosm of human evolution,” and I think this book will grab the interest of many readers―students as well as the general public―as it teaches essential facts about the way Homo sapiens evolved.”—David Hicks, Stony Brook University and Clare College, Cambridge University “[Rossano] masterfully weaves a moving contemporary drama with a compelling account of the evolutionary history of ritual and religion. An impressive accomplishment and a truly captivating read from start to finish.”—Richard Sosis, University of Connecticut, cofounder and coeditor of Religion, Brain, & Behavior

Mommy Man by Jerry Mahoney

Title Mommy Man
Author Jerry Mahoney
Publisher Rowman & Littlefield
Release Date 2014-05-08
Category Family & Relationships
Total Pages 296
ISBN 9781589799233
Language English, Spanish, and French
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As a teenager growing up in the 1980s, all Jerry Mahoney wanted was a nice, normal sham marriage: 2.5 kids and a frustrated, dissatisfied wife living in denial of her husband’s sexuality. Hey, why not? It seemed much more attainable and fulfilling than the alternative—coming out of the closet and making peace with the fact that he’d never have a family at all. Twenty years later, Jerry is living with his long-term boyfriend, Drew, and they’re ready to take the plunge into parenthood. But how? Adoption? Foster parenting? Kidnapping? What they want most of all is a great story to tell their future kid about where he or she came from. Their search leads them to gestational surrogacy, a road less traveled where they’ll be borrowing a stranger’s ladyparts for nine months. Thus begins Jerry and Drew’s hilarious and unexpected journey to daddyhood. From then on, they’re in uncharted waters. They’re forced to face down homophobic baby store clerks, a hospital that doesn’t know what to do with them, even members of their own family who think what they’re doing is a little nutty. One thing’s for sure. If this all works out, they’re going to have an incredible birth story to tell their kid. With honesty, emotion, and laugh-out-loud humor, Jerry Mahoney ponders what it means to become a Mommy Man . . . and discovers that the answer is as varied and beautiful as the concept of family itself.

Mothers Who Work by Jeanne Bodin

Title Mothers who Work
Author Jeanne Bodin
Publisher New York : Ballantine Books
Release Date 1983
Category Social Science
Total Pages 259
ISBN UVA:X000779878
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book on how women cope working and raising a family

Magnolia Blooms by Missy Barsz Carroll

Title Magnolia Blooms
Author Missy Barsz Carroll
Publisher Xlibris Corporation
Release Date 2014-06-20
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 24
ISBN 9781499038132
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Magnolia Blooms is a beautiful story of how a shy little girl blossoms into a social butterfly on the first day of Kindergarten, much to the amazement of her loving, patient mother. This story will help to ease the mind of any anxious mother who has defended her bashful child, while simultaneously praying for her child to step out and flourish. A tender account from a child’s perspective, this story is sure to strum the heartstrings of mothers and soar to the top of your child’s ‘favorite book’ list. With beautiful illustrations and a humorously innocent approach to being shy, Magnolia Blooms will have you sniffling and snickering at the turn of the page.

Title The Cursing Mommy s Book of Days
Author Ian Frazier
Publisher Farrar, Straus and Giroux
Release Date 2012-10-02
Category Fiction
Total Pages 256
ISBN 9780374709495
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Based on his widely read columns for The New Yorker, Ian Frazier's uproarious first novel, The Cursing Mommy's Book of Days, centers on a profoundly memorable character, sprung from an impressively fertile imagination. Structured as a daybook of sorts, the book follows the Cursing Mommy—beleaguered wife of Larry and mother of two boys, twelve and eight—as she tries (more or less) valiantly to offer tips on how to do various tasks around the home, only to end up on the ground, cursing, surrounded by broken glass. Her voice is somewhere between Phyllis Diller's and Sylvia Plath's: a hilariously desperate housewife with a taste for swearing and large glasses of red wine, who speaks to the frustrations of everyday life. Frazier has demonstrated an astonishing ability to operate with ease in a variety of registers: from On the Rez, an investigation into the lives of modern day Oglala Sioux written with a mix of humor, compassion, and imagination, to Dating Your Mom, a sidesplitting collection of humorous essays that imagines, among other things, how and why you might begin a romance with your mother. Here, Frazier tackles another genre with his usual grace and aplomb, as well as an extra helping of his trademark wicked wit. The Cursing Mommy's failures and weaknesses are our own—and Frazier gives them a loving, satirical spin that is uniquely his own.

Lean Mommy by Lisa Druxman

Title Lean Mommy
Author Lisa Druxman
Publisher Center Street
Release Date 2009-06-27
Category Family & Relationships
Total Pages 240
ISBN 9781599953007
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Lisa Druxman, a certified personal trainer and fitness professional, knows one of the challenges new moms face: How do I get back into shape after giving birth? After Lisa gave birth to her first child, she developed exercises that she could do with her baby, using power walks, the stroller, and exercise tubing. Now she brings the proven techniques of Stroller Strides to moms everywhere, with a total f tness program for pre- and postnatal fitness and nutrition. In addition to stroller-based workouts, Lisa outlines front-pack carrier workouts and eating plans to combat post-baby weight gain, energy loss, and mood swings. LEAN MOMMY gives moms the ability to have it all: satisfying workouts, real results, and bonding time with baby.

Title The Mother daughter Relationship
Author Gerd H. Fenchel
Publisher Jason Aronson
Release Date 1998
Category Family & Relationships
Total Pages 355
ISBN UOM:39015040346507
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book explores the mother-daughter bond within the life cycle, from early development on into the turbulence of adolescence and the ambivalence of separation then to the daughter's marriage and maternity, and finally, thoughtfully, to reparative opportunities inherent in the mother's aging and dying.

Mommy Deadest by Jean Marcy

Title Mommy Deadest
Author Jean Marcy
Publisher New Victoria Pub
Release Date 2000
Category Fiction
Total Pages 224
ISBN UCSC:32106017535334
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"Who killed 'Mom, ' the beloved principal of Scott Joplin High School? Of course the police are going to blame it on a young black student last seen in her office, but the boy's aunt insists he's innocent and asks PI Marcy Darcy to investigate."--Cover.

Psychology by Guy R. Lefrançois

Title Psychology
Author Guy R. Lefrançois
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1983
Category Psychology
Total Pages 622
ISBN PSU:000019592602
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title When Will My Mommy Come World Cross Cultural Philosophy
Author Alabee
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2007-10
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 164
ISBN 1598002317
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The story of a Saudi-American child s cry for help as she and her brother struggle living in Saudi Arabia without their American mother. The American mother living in the United States has written a compelling story through the eyes of her daughter, Norah. When Will My Mommy Come? relates to the pain that Norah feels growing up without either country understanding or helping in the plight of her situation. The story is filled of rich history, customs and traditions of Saudi Arabia. It tells of their lifestyle, religious practices, educational training, traveling experiences in America and Arabia with their maternal and fraternal families. Norah takes you on an adventure as she and Ali struggle to survive after they were constrained from seeing their mother. The reader feels what it is like to grow up without having choices. It tells of the restrictions in the Arabian government that hinders the mother and children from uniting. Norah invites you into their world to witness their lives in Arabia and America. Travel and experience the adventure with Norah and Ali as they seek to bring awareness to the world concerning their situation. They are still in Arabia and their mother in America. Their mother is trying to get them in America while overcoming great complications and forces with Saudi Arabia. The book is for readers of all ages from nine years to adults. Interested in becoming an author contact Outskirts Press, reference #10248A

Alias Mommy by Linda O. Johnston

Title Alias Mommy
Author Linda O. Johnston
Publisher Harlequin
Release Date 2014-10-15
Category Fiction
Total Pages 256
ISBN 9781460350454
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Rugged doctor Reeve Snyder had saved her and delivered her baby girl. He was her hero—the kind of man she would have liked to have as a friend…a lover…a father for her baby. If only…. Polly Black had been running from something—someone—when the accident had landed her in Reeve's care. He didn't want her gratitude; he wanted the truth, and he wanted her—for the three of them to be a family. Somehow he had to convince Polly that the only place worth running to…was straight into his arms.