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Grief | Grief

tina-ann-forkner's picture
Sep.29.2008
Lucy DiCamillo is safely surrounded by her books, music, and art–but none of these reclusive comforts or even the protective efforts of her grandmother, Kitty, can shield her thoughts from the mother she can barely recall. Lucy senses her grandmother holds the key, but Kitty seems as eager to hide...
gloria-lintermans's picture
Aug.01.2008
This is a practical, inclusive manual on grieving after the loss of a spouse or loved one. It divides the grieving process into five parts: shock, denial, anger, depression, and adjustment. It describes each stage and time sequence, tells the reader what to expect, and makes suggestions for moving...
laraine-herring's picture
May.05.2008
Commitment. Trust. Intimacy. Self-confidence. Independence. These are critical areas of personal development in the passage from adolescence to adulthood. However, this path toward self-identity can become particularly difficult for women to navitage when, as adolescents, they lose one of the most...
margo-berdeshevsky's picture
Mar.18.2008
"There is in Margo Berdeshevsky’s work a rare persistence of the lyric voice, used with a sense of ecstasy & grief almost religious in its evocations. Absolutely modern & fearlessly romantic by turns, the poems circle the rich & threatened corners of the living planet & travel...
amy-d-shojai's picture
Jan.27.2008
UPDATED & REVISED 2010 EDITION! Keep Your Dog Loving Longer, Living Better! You can teach an old dog new tricks--and give him the best care possible. The good news is that dogs are living much longer lives--thanks to advances in veterinary technology. But older dogs do have special needs and...
debbie-gisonni's picture
Jan.25.2008
At age 23 Debbie Gisonni had everything. She was on her way to becoming one of the youngest top paid executives in Silicon Valley; had found true love; and could make a mean cannoli! Then in 1984 Vita, her mother, got a brain tumor and became permanently disabled. A few years later, her younger...
ianthe-brautigan's picture
Jan.08.2008
james-patterson's picture
Dec.27.2007
Jack Mullen is in law school in New York City when the news comes that his brother, Peter, has drowned in the ocean off East Hampton. Jack knows his brother practically grew up in the water, and that this couldn’t be an accident. Someone must have wanted his brother dead. But the police say...
justin-chin's picture
Dec.20.2007
While trying to make sense of this ever-churning, terror-filled world, poet Justin Chin found himself traveling repeatedly home to Southeast Asia-a region unnerved and raging with SARS and the Avian Flu-to help care for his father who had suddenly been declared terminally ill with cancer. In...
victoria-zackheim's picture
Dec.14.2007
Mimi Zilber has lost her lifelong friend and is left alone, emotionally isolated. How did she succeed with such prestige as a university professor, yet fail so miserably in her personal life? And why can't she allow herself to let down her guard and share her life with the man who adores her? By...