Maggie is very proud of her mother. She and her Nana sit together looking through a photo album of photographs of her motheras life. Maggie asks Nana to tell her again why her mother joined the Army. She learns about the values and strengths that make her mom a winner.
Popular, athletic, beautiful, and outgoing, Anna thinks she knows who
she is and what she wants, but when a car accident leaves her body and her spirit broken, she must face her demons and learn the truth about her ...
A powerful ode to the joy of child birth You''re
My Mommy is a letter written by a baby to his mom as she goes through the difficult process of pregnancy. As he watches her struggle and work he ...
A boy who suffers anti Semitic abuse at the hands
of a classmate during his ninth and tenth grade years plots revenge against his tormentor.Book Format: Pocketbook. Minimum Age: 12. Number of Pages: 0183. Publisher: Signet Book