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Life lessons my mother taught me

Author: Andrea Young
Publisher: New York : Jeremy P. Tarcher/Putman, 2000.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Jean Young was a respected advocate in the civil rights and children's rights movements. She was the wife of former U.N. ambassador and Atlanta mayor, Andrew Young. Their daughter, Andrea Young, has written this book as a celebration of a "good mother, a life well lived and worth emulating, and values that can help us all become more ethical people, more loving parents, and better citizens of our own communities".  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Anecdotes
Biography
Biography Anecdotes
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Young, Andrea, 1955-
Life lessons my mother taught me.
New York : Jeremy P. Tarcher/Putman, 2000
(OCoLC)680555725
Named Person: Jean Childs Young; Jean Childs Young; Andrea Young; Andrew Young; Andrea Young; Andrew Young; Jean Childs Young
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Andrea Young
ISBN: 1585420077 9781585420070
OCLC Number: 42649697
Notes: Published simultaneously in Canada.
Description: xi, 255 p. : ill. ; 19 cm.
Contents: Wear Lipstick 9 --
A 50:50 Marriage Will Not Work 25 --
Resistance Is a Way of Life 41 --
Play to Win 55 --
Go to Church 71 --
Live Your Own Life 85 --
Children First 99 --
Serve 115 --
Every Child Can Learn 131 --
A Kiss Will Make It Better 149 --
Be a Homemaker, Not a Housewife 161 --
Don't Feel Guilty 173 --
Tell the Truth 183 --
Do Your Best 193 --
A Girl's Best Friend Is Her Mother 205 --
Know Your History 217 --
Work Is Love Made Visible 229 --
Die with Grace and Courage 241.
Responsibility: by Andrea Young.

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Jean Young was a respected advocate in the civil rights and children's rights movements. She was the wife of former U.N. ambassador and Atlanta mayor, Andrew Young. Their daughter, Andrea Young, has written this book as a celebration of a "good mother, a life well lived and worth emulating, and values that can help us all become more ethical people, more loving parents, and better citizens of our own communities". -- Jacket.

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