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7 Books To Give To Your Mom (That She Will Love)

Our mothers are with us through thick and thin. Give them the gift of a good book with one of these 7 awesome books.

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#1 My Mom Has Two Jobs by Michelle Travis

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In My Mom Has Two Jobs book, children proudly describe how their moms care for them in a very special way, while also making the world better through their careers. The book highlights moms in a wide range of professions, including a teacher, engineer, police officer, doctor, secretary, dentist, firefighter, nurse, lawyer, waitress, military sergeant, veterinarian, and pilot. 

The book gives moms a platform to talk with their kids about their work, and to help kids see how moms bring the same love, passion, and dedication to both their parenting jobs and their professional jobs. The book is beautifully illustrated to embrace diverse moms and kids of different races and ethnicities, and to show the wide range of important roles that women play.

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Contributor: Michelle Travis

#2 The Book of Awesome Women by Becca Anderson

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Women hold up half the sky and, most days, do even more of the heavy lifting including childbearing and child-rearing. All after a long day at the office. Women have always been strong, true heroes ─ sheroes, oftentimes unacknowledged. As we shake off the last traces of a major patriarchal hangover, women are coming into their own. In the 21st Century, all women can fully embrace their fiery fempower and celebrate their no-holds-barred individuality. It is time to acknowledge the successful women of the world. 

From the foremothers who blazed trails and broke barriers, to today's women warriors from sports, science, cyberspace, city hall, the lecture hall, and the silver screen, The Book of Awesome Women paints 200 portraits of powerful and inspiring role models for women and girls poised to become super women of the future.

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Contributor: Christina McCall from Mango Publishing

#3 Badass Affirmations by Becca Anderson

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If you affirm yourself every day, you can rule the world. More importantly, you can live a life filled with love, joy, fulfillment, and satisfaction thanks to your own positive self-regard. Badass Affirmations is the ultimate motivating, encouraging, and uplifting book to enjoy and share. Create your own ideal life and build your self-esteem with these positive daily affirmations. These very wise words have the power to touch our hearts, build confidence, make us laugh, and alleviate our stress―all while realizing the vast potential life has to offer. 

Becca Anderson, bestselling author of The Book of Awesome Women, serves up a memorable and inspirational banquet of positive self-affirmations, delicious bon mots, quips, and unforgettable quotes from movie stars, musicians, politicians, and women writers. Everyone from Malala to Madonna to Michelle Obama weighs in on the meaning of life with badass wit and timeless wisdom.

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Contributor: Christina McCall from Mango Publishing

#4 Evidence Of Love by Mark Stevens

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Bestselling author, hopeless romantic and lover of women, Mark Stevens has written his first novel, Evidence of Love. A great gift for the Mom who loves to read romance novels. Think Girl On The Train and Big Little Lies. 

In this thriller, wealthy, willowy 25 year old Carly Irons is putting pressure on her 55 year old, moneyed lover, Kirk Sarns, to leave his wife. Carly doesn't just want Kirk she also wants a specific stunning Beau Arts prewar Park Avenue apartment. It's quickly revealed that Carly's father inappropriately touched her when she was an adolescent and her mother tried to seduce Carly's beaus including one August Blair the III. Her parents are famous cardiologists to the stars but Carly later distances herself from them after her mother is murdered and uses her looks and sex to get what she thought.she.was due. It is often riveting and sometimes a deeply disturbing story of the ultra-rich and youth-obsessed

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Contributor: Carol Bloom Stevens

#5 50 After 50 by Maria Leonard Olsen

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My latest book makes a wonderful gift for moms, especially those nearing or more than 50 years old. When lawyer/journalist Olsen reached age 50, she decided to try 50 new things that were significant to her. As a woman in recovery, the author values the time she has left, and through her own story, urges readers to do the same via activities such as singing like no one's listening, riding a horse, and performing random acts of kindness. She enumerates many more exercises under the headings of spiritual endeavors, thrill seeking ventures, lifestyle changes, and so forth, but the message is that we should value and embrace life to the fullest. An inspiring read for those who are in or have passed through middle age.

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Contributor: Maria Leonard Olsen

#6 Wisdom From a Happy Woman: Volume 2 by Cynthia MacGregor

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My second book the Wisdom From a Happy Woman series, is a collection of short, insightful motivational essays laced with inspiration and robust common sense, based on the author's daily Facebook posts: the fruit of a full life, rich in experience. A long-time believer in a positive attitude having a direct bearing on health and success. You will be left with a sense of well-being and a positive determination after reading this Wisdom from a Happy Woman.

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Contributor: Cynthia MacGregor 

#7 Don’t Quit While You’re Ahead by Cynthia MacGregor

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In my book, there are many reasons people settle for having less success than they might. But why not continue to strive for even greater gain and make more of a name for yourself? Among the reasons people slack off in their pursuit of success and the money that comes with it are complacency, plain ol’ laziness, fear that people won’t like them as well if they’re too successful, fear that they’ll strive to keep succeeding but fail instead, fear of the changes that might come with advanced success…and many others. Among those others are religious beliefs. Some people think there’s something morally or spiritually wrong in amassing great wealth. There isn’t. The Army’s old slogan, “Be all that you can be” applies to you, too. Don’t stop till you have everything you want and then some! Greatness can be yours!

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Contributor: Cynthia MacGregor 

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