Family Spotlight (4/26/22)

Today we are spotlighting family in fiction and nonfiction with a politician trying to save both her campaign and her relationship with her children and an inspirational memoir about a woman and her mother revisiting the memories that made them who they are.

LET’S NOT DO THAT AGAIN by Grant Ginder

2 starred reviews!

“A new book from Ginder beckons the reader like a hot bath and glass of something, a reliable and relaxing pleasure.”–Kirkus Reviews, starred review

“Ginder dexterously describes the machinations of his caffeine-fueled lead and lights up the pages with bubbly, rapid-fire dialogue…This smart and seamless comedy is nonstop fun.”–Publishers Weekly, starred review

EVERYTHING LEFT TO REMEMBER: My Mother, Our Memories, and a Journey Through the Rocky Mountains by Steph Jagger

“Readers will enjoy this elegantly written memoir of a mother and daughter’s trip through beautiful terrain, with moments of heartwarming bonding; relatives of people with dementia or memory loss will be particularly touched.”–Library Journal

LET’S NOT DO THAT AGAIN by Grant Ginder; 9781250243775; available now.
EVERYTHING LEFT TO REMEMBER: My Mother, Our Memories, and a Journey Through the Rocky Mountains by Steph Jagger; 9781250261830; available now.

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