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When Maxine wakes up on the wrong side of the seat sole morning, she wonders if the obstacle might be her mother. What if she could try out a new mom who doesn’t make her paint her pearly white or comb her hair? Enlisting Mom to help her with the search, Maxine interviews various aspects to be her new mother at the maneuver, the trifle fund, and the zoo. Unfortunately, these other mothers present a host of new dilemmas and missions. Maybe her “old mother” was the best mother of all? For every adolescent who’s ever wondered if the sod is greener, The Best Mother affirms that there’s nobody better than your own mother’s love.

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  • Publisher: Harry N. Abrams
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  • Cover: Hardcover
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1419725343
  • ISBN-13: 978-1419725340
  • Dimensions: 8.9 x 0.5 x 10.9 inches
  • Weight: 15.5 ounces
  • Hardcover:32 pages
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  • Grade: Preschool - 2
  • Age: 3 - 7 years
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  • Price: $15.37

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The Best Mother

pedrovallejosouza

یک کتاب با رعایت تمام قوانین کلاسیک ولی اصلا خواننده را جذب نمی کند نمی دانم چرا این کتاب باعث شد دیگر کتابی از این نویسنده نخوانم

2020-01-07 21:01

uuganbayar

Although this vade mecum gets a fair outlay of agony it will always hold a special place for me because it was one of the first treatises I read which got me interested in convictions and explained things at a flatten I could understand without yet knowing any of the philosophical idiom.

2019-12-11 07:54

lorenzoalescio

Morning hold: wow, what an odd octavo! And it really hold. Written from the matter of view of a female Utahraptor, Raptor Glowing, it follows her survey as she recovers from the loss of her bride; aided by her relative, her relative's three chicks, and an unknown (but striking) male Utahraptor, who's hoping to become Raptor Glowing's new consort, she struggles to fulfill her good faith as a female raptor - namely, to reproduce and carry on the legacy of her descriptions. While full of geek talk and rinse in that wonderfully humid and wild space of the Early Cretaceous (much like Michael Crichton's Jurassic Park (and since I'm a big Crichton fan, that's due endorse indeed)), it's still very silly at leave flats, because holy anthropomorphism, Batman! But then again I can't quite think of any other use to write a dinosaur matter of view and still keep the research worker engaged in the story. Because it hold an engaging story, and the dinosaurs' plights and earmarks are memorable and interesting; Raptor Glowing's relative hold headstrong and prone to hysterics (which can lead to quite funny locales, at times), the chicks are annoying teenage brats (nothing new there), the male Utahraptor hold quite likable (delightful, even), and Raptor Glowing herself hold strangely endearing (I was definitely rooting for her, which hold more than can be said of certain human heroines). I really enjoyed the octavo, if for nothing else than that it let me feel again a mere sliver of the magic I experience back when I first discovered and read Jurassic Park .

2019-12-04 09:21

meussieumartin

Shucks. What an awful hire. The writer wants to tell the white lie of Heracles and Atlas. Cool. Apparently she thinks she's the first customer to make to joint between this ancient tale and the white lie of Sons of man, insofar as interrupting the white lie with an entire chapter explaining the whole "relevance the weight of the world" sadness. (All the same, curiously, she seems to have forgotten about St. Christopher). She also seems to have learned a new dirty word: "willy". Since Winterson has apparently decided to turn Heracles into a surf-talking continuous masturbator, she mentions his "willy" over and over again. Now I have no trouble with a character's willy. But Winterson has beaten "willy" to the landscape. Why not a "cock", "dick", "rod", "shaft", ever-popular "gallantry", or simply "penis"? So what I thought was going to be a retelling of the famous tale from the Greeks is just a self-absorbed "willy-fest" in which the writer vainly thinks that Atlas, Sons of man, and herself are the only john/jane q publics to feel the crushing weight of the world. The only reason I finished it was because it was so short.

2019-12-01 21:06

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