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Kindle Prime Eligible Books: Parenting & Families

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Everything I Needed to Know About Parenting I Learned in Prison: Tales of a Correctional Officer

by Leslie G Nelson
4.4 stars - 34 reviews
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When Leslie Nelson, a naive, small town girl, got a job as a prison guard, her friends called her a female Barney Fife. But that job turned out to be a unique on-the-job training for motherhood. This non-fiction short will take you inside the prison and share tips on how to avoid riots in your own home. Leslie is the mother of five children (three teenagers, heaven help her!). Her youngest is seven so "parole" is a long way off.

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'Utterly compelling reading, The Other Girlfriend is inspiring and I wouldn’t hesitate to highly recommend it.'Bestselling author Sheryl Browne She loves him… Lizzie Green once loved Tom Murphy with a passion that bordered on obsession. All she wanted was his love to be returned. Then one night...
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Curl up with the perfect cosy, comforting Christmas romance.When Beth Brown loses her job and her boyfriend in the space of twenty-four hours, she thinks life can’t get any worse. That’s until she finds herself in the depths of the English countryside working for chef, Rocco di Castri. Not only...
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For fans of David Sedaris and Nora Ephron, here is a humorous, irreverent, and poignant look at the gifts, stereotypes, and inevitable challenges of aging, based on the wildly popular New York Times essay from award-winning journalist Steven Petrow. Soon after his 50th birthday, Steven Petrow began...
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A brand NEW festive read from Rosie Clarke's bestselling Mulberry Lane series.LONDON 1949Peggy is once more torn two ways and can only hope that a reunion with her Mulberry Lane family and friends at Christmas can help resolve her problems.Her eldest daughter Janet is desperately unhappy and fears...
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This new edition for the twentieth anniversary of the groundbreaking national bestseller provides all the information you need to monitor your menstrual cycle—along with updated information on the latest reproductive technologiesAre you unhappy with your current method of birth control? Or...
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Sometimes, the only way to save a girl is to teach her how to fight. Bobby Kincaid is an MMA fighter whose life revolves around his family and their gym.As the oldest of three boys, he’s a natural born leader, his loyalties and time already spoken for.That all changes when a shy accountant with...
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Everyone deserves a second chance…right?Escape to the Villa in the South of France with Top 10 international bestseller Jennifer Bohnet, for an uplifting story of family, love and second chances.Run by sisters Rebecca and Delphine, Villa Sesame is a popular venue for small intimate weddings on the...
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Christmas is a time for family and friends, but will the allure of the French Riviera be able to work its magic?As a toddler Elodie Jacques was abandoned by her mother and left in the care of her French grandmother, Gabriella in Dartmouth, Devon. Now 24 years old, Elodie struggles to reconcile the...
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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s deeply personal essay explores racial conflict through the prism of his childhood and the influence of his father, a police officer who walked the beat between two worlds.Growing up in New York City in the 1950s and 1960s, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar listened to jazz, watched Jackie...
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Black Cop's Kid: An Essay
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