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📒I Remember Mama ✍ John Van Druten
✏I Remember Mama Book Summary : THE STORY: Shows how Mama, with the help of her husband and Uncle Chris, brings up the children in their modest San Francisco home during the early years of the century. Mama, a sweet and capable manager, sees her children through childhood, manage
📒Mama Lola ✍ Karen McCarthy Brown
✏Mama Lola Book Summary : Karen McCarthy Brown's classic book shatters stereotypes of Vodou by offering an intimate portrait of African-based religion in everyday life. She explores the importance of women's religious practices along with related themes of family and of social change. Weaving several of her own voices--analytic, descriptive, and personal--with the voices of her subjects in alternate chapters of traditional ethnography and ethnographic fiction, Brown presents herself as a character in Mama Lola's world and allows the reader to evaluate her interactions there. Startlingly original, Brown's work endures as an important experiment in ethnography as a social art form rooted in human relationships. A new preface, epilogue, bibliography, and a collection of family photographs tell the story of the effect of the book's publication on Mama Lola's life.
📒Mama Kuma ✍ Deborah Carlyon
✏Mama Kuma Book Summary : Kuma Kelage, daughter of a Chimbu chieftain, was there when the world changed. From her quiet mountain village in the New Guinea Highlands, she took change by the hand and led it. Kuma defied tradition and married a white Australian. With her precious golden child Ba, she travelled beyond the boundaries of her home to enter a modern world. This remarkable story of Mama Kumais told by Ba's daughter with love and humor, and with the insight of the colonised it tells the wonder of one women's journey through two cultures.
📒Mama N Em ✍ Louis Gardner
✏Mama N Em Book Summary : In writing these story's, I confess my older siblings inspired and convinced me the need for them to be told. The stories are centered, on the life of an extended family revealing the past as it was lived. Their past lives yet undocumented who became freedmen and formed an early base for progress towards a free society of blacks. This family spoke glowingly of their past. They surrendered themselves to the cause in World War One. They gained some resemblance of advancing freedom but more economic advancement in the Roaring twenties that followed. Progress was a struggle. World War Two brought a necessity for all people to be involved. We, Mama N 'Em's continued to struggle for progress, affected by economic conditions, the prejudices of our governing bodies, schooling opportunities or the lack there of, our race conscious leaders and ministers as well as those who opposed our progress. Here are stories of one family who endured those experiences. As the author I have attempted to relate as much of the life and times as possible and being the sixth child of a larger family the stories become more biological yet the lifetime of Mama N 'Em is kept.
📒What Mama Said ✍ Osonye Tess Onwueme
✏What Mama Said Book Summary : An explosive political drama projecting an African people's revolutionary struggle to confront government forces and foreign oil corporations that have ravaged their land and strangled the voices of their mothers and daughters.
📒Mama Gena S Marriage Manual ✍ Regena Thomashauer
✏Mama Gena s Marriage Manual Book Summary : A follow-up to Mama Gena's Owner's and Operator's Guide to Men outlines a fun-based guide to marriage that contends that women have a greater influence on a relationship's outcome, sharing advice on bringing passion back into the bedroom, getting a man to fulfill a wife's desires, and more. Reprint. 35,000 first printing.
📒Mama ✍ Virgie Lorene Eames
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📒Mama ✍ Phyllis Prather Hicks
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📒 Mama ✍ Judith D. Christensen
✏ MAMA Book Summary : Judi, born Judith Diane Gunderson to Phillip and Shirley Gunderson in Corona, California, March 25th, 1952 is a first time author, writes a lot of small stories and keeps other journals. She resides in Corona with her husband Chris of 40 years, her dog Andy of one year and her cat Mollysue of ten years. She is Acolyte coordinator, sings with the choir and plays hand bells at the Corona United Methodist Church where she has been going since she was registered there on the 'Cradle Roll" She loves train travel.
📒Mama ✍ Marijke Lockwood
✏Mama Book Summary : Mama is a true life story about growing up under difficult circumstances. Marijke is ten years old when her beloved Mama dies. The many changes in her life that ensue send her into turmoil. Hurt, angry, confused, she rides an emotional roller-coaster through adolescence trying to come to grips with the loss of her mother. Told with subtle humour, this little personal drama is a joy to read. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Marijke Lockwood was an auditor before she began writing for enjoyment after retiring from the workforce. Used to writing long legal and financial reports, she relished the idea of writing with emotion and from the heart. Born in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, in 1947, she was the fourth of twelve children. With her parents and (then) six sisters and two brothers she migrated to Tasmania, Australia, in 1960. Married to George since 1967, they have two adult children, Paul and Fiona. Marijke and George are well travelled and visit the Netherlands regularly, where she enjoys absorbing the culture and history of her birth-country, and visiting her large extended family.