Jonathan Yen lends a lively spirit to this account of the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens. His jauntiness contrasts with the dark violence of the volcano, but perhaps it is a suitable tribute to the 57 people who were killed while doing what they loved: studying geology, taking photos, hiking, and... more »
Who do we become when all our waking moments are taken up with raising children? Journalist and mother Catherine Newman reads her charming answer with the same pleasing authenticity that her humble writing conveys. She's an easy-to-hear and refreshingly astute observer of the parenting years. With w... more »
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