Fb2 The Joys of Motherhood ePub
by Jim Dale,Barbara Dale
|Subcategory:||Relationships and Parenting|
|Author:||Jim Dale,Barbara Dale|
|Publisher:||Andrews McMeel Publishing (May 1993)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1349 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1518 kb|
|Digital formats:||lit lrf azw lrf|
The Joys Of Motherhood book.
The Joys Of Motherhood book. Takes a humorous look at motherhood, from pregnancy to adolescence. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The Joys Of Motherhood. by. Barbara Dale, Jim Dale.
The Joys of Motherhood by Jim Dale Hardback 1993. A funny (and accurate) look at the most noble profession - motherhood'. Book is in excellent 'as new' condition. Read full description. The Joys of Motherhood by Jim Dale, Barbara (Hardback, 1994). New (other): lowest price.
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In a series of mother-to-mother phone conversations expressed through prose and cartoons that span the book, the Dales take readers from pregnancy to the kids going to college. ISBN13: 9780836220971.
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The Joys of Motherhood is a novel written by Buchi Emecheta. It was first published in London, UK, by Allison & Busby in 1979 and was reprinted in Heinemann's African Writers Series in 2008. The basis of the novel is the "necessity for. The basis of the novel is the "necessity for a woman to be fertile, and above all to give birth to sons". It tells the tragic story of Nnu-Ego, daughter of Nwokocha Agbadi and Ona, who had a bad fate with childbearing.