The love between a mother and daughter exists in a special place ...where "always" always lasts and "forever" never goes away. -- Laurel Atherton
Every mother dreams of having a daughter to share her life with, and from the instant she first cradles her daughter in her arms, a mother knows that she has been given a precious gift. She hopes that she can be the kind of mother her daughter will look up to and come to with both her worries and her joys. A mother loves when they discover they have the same feelings and care about the same things. She is thrilled when they become close confidantes, favorite companions, and the greatest of friends.
Every daughter treasures the special relationship she has with her mother. She looks forward to their time together doing "girl" things, watching movies, going shopping, or just talking at the kitchen table. She feels more self-assured knowing her mother is there, ready to lend support or advice whenever it’s needed. Her mother is her teacher, protector, and one-person cheering section. And as the years go by and they both become a little older, a mother is the one with whom a daughter shares a very special friendship.
This book is a collection of poems and reflections about the special bond that exists between a mother and daughter. Writing selections by noted authors Susan Polis Schutz, Natasha Josefowitz, and Madeleine L’Engle, together with a host of popular Blue Mountain Arts authors, take the reader on an emotion-filled journey through the laughter, the learning, the growing, and all the fun-filled moments that mothers and daughters share. It is a celebration of the strongest and most wonderful relationship of all... the love between a mother and daughter.
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Patricia Wayant is Senior Editor of Blue Mountain Press. In addition to this anthology, she has edited more than thirty titles on a wide variety of subjects.
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Descripción Blue Mountain Arts, 2003. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P110883966867