Mom the wolfman and me book

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Mom, the Wolf Man, and Me by Norma Klein

Thank you! Brett is one of those blase New York children whose parents are photographers and authors and such; never having had a father doesn't seem to bother as much as the possibility that she might acquire one in the person of the Wolf Man he owns an Irish wolfhound. Since Brett really likes the Wolf Man she's just afraid that marriage will affect her relationship with her mother , the problem is easily resolved in his favor. Chiefly, the author known to adults by way of Love and Other Euphemisms, uses BretT's cheerful independence as a foil for some not unsympathetic satire on adult foibles -- friend Evelyn's mother turns husband hunting into a career, Andrew's father a rabbi is suffocatingly authoritarian, mother's old boyfriend Wally is sweet but hopelessly henpecked by his estranged wife. If none of these characters are exactly original, at least Brett's live and let live attitude is a welcome change from some of her self-consciously clever counterparts.
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Published 11.01.2019

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An eleven-year-old girl describes her life and relationship with her mother who has never married. Convert currency.

ISBN 13: 9780380017256

She died, after a brief illness, in New York City on April 25, at the age of She had a husband, Erwin Fleissner, and two daughters. Klein was best known for her adult novel Sunshine , about a young woman with terminal cancer, which was based upon a true story, and taken from the young woman's tape-recorded diary. She was also well known for her children's novel Mom, the Wolfman and Me about a girl with an unmarried mother. Klein's work dealt openly with controversial subjects, including racism, homosexuality, adoption, and death. Love is One of the Choices Two high school seniors from single-parent households, Caroline and Maggie, explore sexuality and the changing role of women in the world.

Start by marking “Mom, the Wolf Man, and Me” as Want to Read: An eleven-year-old girl describes her life and relationship with her mother who has never married. Ms. Klein began publishing short stories while attending Barnard and since then she had written novels for readers of all.
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