A Second Chicken Soup for the Woman's Soul: 101 More Stories by Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen, Jennifer Read Hawthorne,

By Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen, Jennifer Read Hawthorne, Marci Shimoff

This newest selection of tales celebrates the shared stories of being a lady in a a hundred and one new methods. you'll be moved by way of those actual money owed of the way girls such as you have embraced life's defining moments by way of discovering love, facing loss, overcoming stumbling blocks and attaining their goals and pursuits. Like spending time with a relied on good friend, A moment fowl Soup for the Woman's Soul will positioned tricky instances into viewpoint, renew your religion in your self and make you conscious of the miracles on your personal lifestyles.

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Carol Kline, for her wonderful contributions in researching, writing and editing stories for this book. Carol, you are a brilliant writer and we are grateful for your talent and your never-ending friendship. Cynthia Knowlton and Sue Penberthy, for their devoted support and care of Jennifer's and Marci's respective lives. Thank you for keeping us sane. We couldn't have done this without both of you. Sharon Linnéa, Erica Orloff and Wendy Miles, for their marvelous job of editing numerous stories.

The hallways were darkened and only one or two little night lights lit our way to the day room, where Hannah was sitting alone, watching the television. The nurse walked over to her. "Hannah," she said softly, pointing to Michael, who was waiting with me in the doorway. " She adjusted her glasses, looked for a moment, but didn't say a word. Michael said softly, almost in a whisper, "Hannah, it's Michael. " She gasped. "Michael! I don't believe it! Michael! It's you! " He walked slowly toward her, and they embraced.

Debra Poneman, for her inspiration. Terry Johnson and Bill Levacy, for their astute guidance on aspects of this project. , for the gifts of wisdom and knowledge. Ann Blanchard, for her strength, clarity and loving guidance on this project. The following people, who supported and encouraged us during this project: Ron Hall, Amsheva Miller, Birgitte Necessary, Paul and Susan Shimoff, and Lynda Valles. We extend our gratitude to the following people, who completed the monumental task of reading the preliminary manuscript of this book, helped us make the final selections, and made invaluable comments on how to improve the book: Christine Belleris, Carolyn Burch, Diana Chapman, Linda DeGraaff, Lisa Drucker, Leslie Forbes, Mary Gagnon, Randee Goldsmith, Elinor Hall, Amy Hawthorne, Carol Jackson, Allison Janse, Carol Kline, Jeanette Lisefski, Kathy Karocki, Cynthia Knowlton, Robin Kotok, Ariane Luckey, Barbara McLoughlin, Karen McLoughlin, Heather McNamara, Barbara McQuaide, Beverly Merson, Holly Moore, Sandra Moradi, Sue Pen-berthy, Maureen H.

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