So, In honor of Mother's Day, I rounded up some great books with read with mom. I actually told my mom about one of Amy's lines about motherhood — "every mother needs a wife" — and she screamed "That's what I've been saying for years! That's what happened to Bee Fox , who compiles emails and secret messages to create a funny, charming, and bizarre story about her relationship with her crazy but loving mother and best friend, Bernadette Fox. Anticipating that it'd be a literary feat for me, my mom decided to reread it with me, and I definitely appreciated having someone available to unload my feelings on Heathcliff and Catherine's complicated relationship not to mention to explain some of the Victorian language. What I didn't expect, though, was how much it would make me think about motherhood and realize all of the ways you can be a mother and, you know, star on your own show. She and her stand-in mother, Rosaleen, move to Tiburon, SC, where they're taken in by three beekeeping sisters. Learns the secrets of her mother's past, but she also learns about female power. Alternating between Jacob as a year old in a nursing home and the memories of his days as an orphaned and broke young man at the Benzini Brothers Most Spectacular Show on Earth, this is a book that touches on the wonder of the world through a very unique s subculture — the circus. After I gained the ability to read short chapter books on my own, my mom and I took a long hiatus from reading books together.
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