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GroupsNon-Fiction Readers, Seattleites, What Are You Reading Now?

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Member sinceMar 26, 2007

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Hi, I just joined this site. I noticed that you're interested in parenting books. Have you read The Ultimate Guide for Stay at Home Parents? Here's a link: http://www.amazon.com/Ultimate-Guide-Stay-at-home-parents-Robert-Koger/dp/098156...
Hi!

I’m sending this note because you are a member of the Seattleites group.

A few of us are starting a book club and I hope that you will consider joining us.

Our first book is In the Woods by Tana French. Our first meeting will be on Thursday, October 2nd, at Third Place Books in Lake Forest Park.

See our thread called Book Clubs? on the Seattleites group or you can reply to me if you want more info.

Thanks - Carol
Hi
If you're interested in stories about adopting babies from China, "The Exact same Moon" by Jeanne Marie Laskas is good. "Leave me alone, I'm reading" by Maureen Corrigan has a chapter about adopting her baby from China.
I had a daughter, at one time she had thought about a China baby adoption. She was a RN, had a BSN from U. Washington. She lived in Seattle. She had her own house & liked to read. She never married, which she felt bad about. I wish she had adopted a Chinese baby.
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