by Stephanie Bishop
Explores the beauty and brutality of motherhood and the meaning of home in the 1950s.
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by Clover Stroud
Clover writes boldly, evocatively and poignantly about how (her mother’s catastrophic accident) shaped her path.
Recommended by Kerry Potter, book reviewer
by Elizabeth Strout
Strout has an immense capacity to write about human vulnerability – in this instance, a grown child questioning whether her mother ever loved her.
Recommended by Laura Brading, WellRead
by Meg Wolitzer
Follows four well-educated New York mothers who have stepped away from their jobs to care for their children – with varying degrees of success and happiness.
Recommended by Anna Saunders, PRIMER co-founder
by Lloyd Jones
The locus for all the emotion that a mother feels as her daughter pulls away from her to develop her own views of the world.
Recommended by Felicity Robinson, PRIMER co-founder
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