My Shrinking Fat Belly

A Surrogate’s Story
By Jana Jarrett

In My Shrinking Fat Belly: A Surrogate’s Story, author Jana Jarrett demonstrates how what seemed to be a dream come true for her -- to bring a baby to life for another couple -- turned out to be a disaster. The author asked for no...

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Man In Command

How To Be A Great Husband and Dad
By Dr. Judith Rolfs

Man In Command: How To Be A Great Husband and Dad by Dr. Judith Rolfs is an insightful book that gives men guidance on how to be a good husband and father. Practical and spiritual experiences and scriptures from the Bible play a key role...

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Meet Me Where I Am

An Alzheimer's Care Guide
By Mary Ann Drummond

Meet Me Where I Am: An Alzheimer's Care Guide by Mary Ann Drummond is a non-fiction book mainly designed for caregivers who deal with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. In this book, Mary Ann Drummond draws upon her personal experience in the field...

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Mothering with Courage

The Mindful Approach to Becoming a Mother Who Listens More, Worries Less, and Loves Deeply
By Bonnie Compton

Mothering with Courage: The Mindful Approach to Becoming a Mother Who Listens More, Worries Less, and Loves Deeply by Bonnie Compton is a self-help book that will help new mothers and even bring something new to the old pros. This book focuses on helping women...

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Make A Wish For Me

A Family's Recovery From Autism
By LeeAndra Chergey

Make A Wish For Me by LeeAndra Chergey is the story of the author’s son, Ryan, and the struggles of the family as they come to terms with the diagnosis of autism. Told from the mother’s point of view, LeeAndra begins her story with the...

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Mila's Meals

The Beginning & The Basics
By Catherine Barnhoorn

Food is a basic essential of life. But when food becomes toxic to the body, then it is time to re-evaluate what is in the food. Even so-called fresh produce can be laced with pesticides and GMOs, which can be, and is, terribly toxic to...

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Motherhood Martyrdom & Costco Runs

By Whitney Dineen

Motherhood Martyrdom & Costco Runs is a nonfiction collection of humorous stories about life, written by Whitney Dineen. The author is the mother of two young daughters who do not treat her as the queen she had always expected her children to treat her as,...

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Motherhood

Lost and Found
By Ann Campanella

Motherhood: Lost and Found by Ann Campanella is an autobiography tracing the story of her life after she married, through several miscarriages, the family dynamics of her parents aging, most specifically her mother’s slow and painful decline with Alzheimer's disease. Her love of horses...

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Mum's the Word

Two mums' take on life with kids
By Lis Norman and Tracey Samios

Mum's The Word by Lis Norman and Tracey Samios is a heartwarming memoir about life after children. Lis and Tracey have been friends their whole lives. Together, they have written a book on what it's like to be a mother - from two points of...

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Malnourished

Equipping Parents to Battle Spiritual Poverty on the Home Front
By Jaime Hampton

Malnourished: Equipping Parents to Battle Spiritual Poverty on the Home Front by Jaime Hampton is written as a journey of faith. Ms Hampton does not claim to know all the answers, but every point she makes is referenced back to the Bible. Her theme is...

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