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Being a kid is tough, being a teen is tougher, and being an adult is perhaps the toughest of all. They become fast friends despite their differences, growing from young girls to young women before adulthood drives a wedge between them. Both set off on divergent paths—Maggie to marriage and a lucrative career; Delphine, to her family and a quiet independence—until their reunion twenty years later. Summer Friends rings with the rosy nostalgia of old friends and old times, making it the perfect read for the sunny days ahead. Diana, Elaine, Joanne, and Sukie have always been spirited women, but middle-age has swapped their inner fires for old regrets, fading friendships—and unbearable hot flashes. The protagonists in Jane and Prudence fit both molds. Jane, an eccentric and married something, decides to play matchmaker for her younger, unlucky-in-love bestie, Pru.
One of the biggest challenges of being a parent is figuring out how to help your child learn how to navigate sticky situations. It's Amanda's eleventh birthday, and she is super excited. But from the start, everything goes wrong. The worst part is that she and her best friend, Leo — with whom she's shared every birthday — are on the outs and this will be the first birthday they have spent apart. After a failed start on her own, we read it together, and boy, am I glad we did. I had forgotten how tough this book can be. Thanks to Harriet, my daughter and I had many conversations about the challenges of growing up, maintaining friendships, and navigating life as a tween.
Childhood friendships are such an important part of school life, but can often be something of a minefield to navigate and can prove a huge challenge for young children. Hector and Hummingbird.
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