This book describes a Southern, all-American way of living with best friends, teenagers, and babies. Although struggles make people stronger, they have to know how to pray their way through life. Without it, a lot of people are left empty-hearted and emotional, so to speak.
Everyone loves to live in make-believe world where everything is always perfect. But it doesn’t work that way in real life. Girls’ baby dolls become real babies, and boys’ trucks become real objects. And they both require a lot more attention. They just be put away whenever boys and girls get tired of playing with them.
This book is written with the best intentions of coaching girls and boys alike. It also is written with the utmost respect for parents or single parents and the importance of staying in tune with your teenager, to always keep their confidence level lifted high.
|Black and White
|6.000" x 9.000" (229mm x 152mm)
Candice Shipley is a resident of Newton County, Georgia. She is a retired cosmetologist and previous owner of a successful salon and boutique. Her passions are family, acrylic painting, gardening, and writing poetry. She graduated from Cherokee High School in 1974 and is married to Phil Shipley from Maryville, Tennessee.
She is the author of Lacey’s Room, Kadee’s Kitchen, and Flowers from My Garden.
She also writes under the pseudonym Candy-Momma.
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