3 edition of A mother"s trial, by the author of "The discipline of life". found in the catalog.
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A Mother’s Trial is one of the best true stories that I have ever Author Nancy Wright as far as I’m concerned is a genius is one book of which I read on my Kindle,could not put favorite type of books that I enjoy the most are dealing with the law,and the way Nancy Wright explained the trial in the court,I thought I was there witnessing it in person/5().
Describes the ordeal of a woman diagnosed with Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy, a disorder that compels mothers to make their children ill, and put on trial for the death of her adopted baby daughter/5. Passionate and perceptive, the highly praised Mothers on Trial is both an indictment of a discriminatory system and a celebration of motherhood under seige.
It is essential reading for anyone concerned, either personally or professionally, with custody rights.4/5. About the author () Phyllis Chesler, author of eighteen books and thousands of articles and speeches, is also an emerita professor of psychology and women's studies at City University of 3/5(2).
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THE MOTHERS By Brit Bennett pp. Riverhead Books. $ Call a book “The Mothers” and you’ve burdened it from the jump. You’ve gotten every back. A Mother disciplences her son to hold books in the air walking back and forward, and repeat every thing she say about not disrespecting his teacher at.
"The book, in its entirety, presents a negative view of [Arias] and her case," states the State Bar of Arizona's Agreement for Discipline by Consent, dated Novem Those are just some of the chapter names you'll find in this hilarious book of funny real-life anecdotes that'll give you a few chuckles amidst the chaos of being a new parent.
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Building on hints in the Book of Genesis, the author writes about the lives of women in biblical times, touching on mothers and daughters, midwifery, love, and living in a foreign land.
As a teenager she developed anorexia, reflected in a book she co-wrote with her mother – Escape from Year Eight – which touches on her fixation with food. At. That question inspired psychologist and expert courtroom witness Phyllis Chesler to write Mothers on Trial: The Battle for Children and Custody.
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NOTE: The following version of this book was used to write this study guide: Bennett, Brit. The Mothers. New York: Riverhead Books. In the aftermath of her mother's suicide, year-old Nadia Turner finds herself lost in Oceanside, California, distant from the sympathy of friends and neighbors.
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The book is more about her life, including how she coped with the death of their first son, Wade. I think that I also took some solace knowing that my mother, a great lover of books, had read the book herself but regardless, I thought it was quite moving. posted by kat at.
This pictorial memory album of mothers and daughters looks at a mother's legacy, a mother's teaching, and a mother's love and devotion.
Stories from many mothers and daughters, some well-known, show how family values and traditions are passed from one generation to another. Beautifully illustrated.
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