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How the Women of Country Music Became the Success They Were Never Supposed to Be

The full and unbridled inside story of the last twenty years of country music through the lens of Maren Morris, Mickey Guyton, and Kacey Musgraves—their peers and inspirations, their paths to stardom, and their battles against a deeply embedded boys’ club, as well as their efforts to transform the genre into a more inclusive place for all (and not just white men in trucker hats), as told by award-winning Nashville journalist Marissa R. Moss.

The Mothers and Daughters of the Bible Speak

For mothers of faith who don’t feel virtuous enough, people who feel burdened by their mistakes, and anyone who has ever failed, a powerful, reassuring book that examines how the women of the Bible coped with situations and problems similar to those experienced by women today, and offers much-needed insights to help us better understand the lessons these Biblical lives hold for our own.

Let's Make a Contract: A Positive Way to Change Your Child's Behavior

When a child is struggling with a behavior challenge or wants to learn a new skill, a contract can be a surprisingly effective solution that leads to more peaceful family dynamics.  To help families create contracts as a collaborative process, Let’s Make a Contract offers an innovative combination of how-to text for parents and illustrated stories for children. 

Fly Girl: A Memoir

An entertaining and fascinating memoir of Ann Hood’s adventurous years as a TWA flight attendant.

In 1978, in the tailwind of the golden age of air travel, flight attendants were the epitome of glamor and sophistication. Fresh out of college and hungry to experience the world—and maybe, one day, write about it—Ann Hood joined their ranks. After a grueling job search, Hood survived TWA’s rigorous Breech Training Academy and learned to evacuate seven kinds of aircraft, deliver a baby, mix proper cocktails, administer oxygen, and stay calm no matter what the situation.

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