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Have mother, will travel : a mother and daughter discover themselves, each other, and the world

Author: Claire Fontaine; Mia Fontaine
Publisher: New York : William Morrow, ©2012.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Told in alternating voices, a travelogue capturing the changing relationship between a mother and her adult daughter follows their sixteen-city, twelve-country tour during which their adventures and mishaps brought them closer together.
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Named Person: Claire Fontaine; Claire Fontaine; Mia Fontaine; Mia Fontaine
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Claire Fontaine; Mia Fontaine
ISBN: 9780061688393 0061688398
OCLC Number: 792934719
Description: 309 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Machine generated contents note: pt. One Hunting --
1. The Big Bang --
2. China: The Bitch and the Boss --
3. Malaysia: Wallet for Elephants --
4. Nepal: Kaleidoscope --
5. Cairo: Never Ride a One-Humped Camel --
6. Greece and the Balkans: Weight, Weight, Don't Tell Me! --
pt. Two Gathering --
7. Avignon: French Lessons --
8. Avignon: We Are Living Like This! --
9. Avignon: Pentimento --
10. Avignon: Those Who Matter Don't Mind --
11. Avignon: If It's Not One Thing, It's Your Mother --
12. Budapest: Dark Shadows --
13. Avignon: Always Coming of Age.
Responsibility: Claire and Mia Fontaine.
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Mia Fontaine is drug addicted and her mother, Claire, desperately makes successful attempts to save her. This title reveals the power of the mother-daughter relationship and shows us the  Read more...

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"Have Mother, Will Travel is filled with what I would have given anything to experience and treasure with my own mother--the inner workings of our hearts and thoughts. I love these women!" -- Leah Read more...

 
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