Wednesday, February 01, 2006

Books and Products Reviewed

Books and Products Reviewed

Non-Sponsored Reviews:


Short Comments on Chekhov's Letters & Things I Wish My Mother Had Told Me
The Letters of Allen Ginsberg, Da Capo Press
Vegan Lunch Box, Jennifer McCann
Persian Girls, Nahid Rachlin
Mamarama: A Memoir of Sex, Kids and Rock 'n Roll, Evelyn McDonnell (Da Capo Press)
Emotionally Healthy Twins, Joan A. Friedman (Da Capo Press)
The Price of Racial Reconciliation, Ronald W. Walters (University of Michigan Press)

he Second Nine Months: One woman tells the real truth about becoming a mom. Finally. , Vicki Glembocki (Da Capo Press/Lifelong Books)
No Evil Star: Selected Essays, Interviews and Prose, Anne Sexton, Edited by Steven E. Colburn
Dadditude: How A Real Man Became A Real Dad,Phillip Lerman (See Guest Post here)
The Unraveling Archive: Essays On Sylvia Plath, Edited by Anita Helle
A Woman in Berlin
Virginia Woolf: An Inner Life, Julia Briggs
Pushed: The Painful Truth About Childbirth and Modern Maternity Care, Jennifer Block
Le Divorce, Diane Johnson
Lady Chatterley's Lover, D.H. Lawrence
Overtreated, Shannon Brownlee, at Moms Speak Up


Seventh Generation Diapers, with follow ups here and here


Women’s Review of Books, Sept/Oct 2007 Issue
The Love and Tea Company (my site) , At Green Mom Finds
Parents Magazine, November 2007 Issue
Harper’s Magazine Subscription Renewal Forms
Non-Toxic Kids site
Interview with Katy Farber of Non-Toxic Kids via Moms Speak Up
Safe Mama Site

For Mother Talk:

Mama, PhD: Women Write About Motherhood and Academic Life, Caroline Grant and Elrena Evans
The Maternal Is Political, Shari MacDonald Strong
Healthy Child, Healthy World, Christopher Gavigan

The Liar's Diary, Patry Francis
The Daring Book For Girls, Andrea Buchanan and Miriam Peskowitz
The Reincarnationist, M.J. Rose
Mama Knows Breast: A Beginners Guide to Breastfeeding, Andi Silverman
What Mothers Do, Especially When It Looks Like Nothing, Naomi Stadlen
Getting Unstuck Without Coming Unglued, Susan O’Doherty

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