Books in category Family & Relationships – Friendship

  • Walking Into Walls

    Walking Into Walls
    Stephen Arterburn

    Best-selling author Stephen Arterburn leads us through the process of deconstructing the issues that built those walls as well as find the permanent healing that frees us to live the joyful life we were meant to live.

  • Single Again

    Single Again
    George B. Blake

    It’s a no-nonsense sharing of the experiences of over 15,000 “singles”, written to be fun, witty and very adaptable to your daily lifestyle. You’ll feel confident – and happy – about being Single Again!

  • What We Do for Love

    What We Do for Love
    Ilene Beckerman

    " –Good Housekeeping; "This book would make a perfect gift from a woman to her best woman friend."–Chattanooga Free Press. A BOOK-OF-THE-MONTH CLUB selection.

  • P S

    P.S.
    Megan McMorris

    In "P.S., " Megan McMorris collects these sentiments, as an anthology of unsent letters written by a range of women.

  • 60 Going on Fifty

    60 Going on Fifty
    Ed Poole, Kathi Poole

    Do we share those stories with our children and grandchildren so they know who we are, how we lived our lives, and why we chose the paths we did? 60 Going on Fifty: The Baby Boomers Memory Book is the story of sixteen “guys” who …

  • Close Friends

    Close Friends
    Vicky Ceelen

    Pairs images of young animals with photos of babies in strikingly similar poses.

  • To the Lighthouse

    To the Lighthouse
    Virginia Woolf

    The novel includes little dialogue and almost no action; most of it is written as thoughts and observations. The novel recalls childhood emotions and highlights adult relationships.

  • Friends Make the Best Presents

    Friends Make the Best Presents
    Suzanne Siegel-Zenkel

    Our popular Charming Petites "TM" have eye-catching 4-color art and a wide array of subjects.

  • In the Name of Friendship

    In the Name of Friendship
    Marilyn French

    Updates Marilyn French's classic "The Women's Room" to explore the realities of contemporary women.

  • My Brother Slaves

    My Brother Slaves
    Sergio A. Lussana

    Underscoring the enslaved men's relationships, however, were the sex-segregated work gangs on the plantations, which further reinforced their social bonds.

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