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☄ Motherhood PDF / Epub ✓ Author Ann Campanella – Bunatime.co Motherhood Lost and Found takes the reader on a journey where Alzheimer’s disease and infertility intersect At age 33 award winning author and poet Ann Campanella returns to her home state of North Motherhood Lost and Found takes the reader on a journey where Alzheimer’s disease and infertility intersect At age 33 award winning author and poet Ann Campanella returns to her home state of North Carolina ready to build a horse farm and start a family Ann’s foundation is shaken when she experiences multiple miscarriages at the same time her mother spirals into Alzheimer’s The author’s devotion to her family and her horse Crimson sustain her as her mother’s illness progresses and her own window of potential motherhood begins to close The voice in Ann’s memoir has been called constant and abiding her imagery indelible Her graceful exacting language rises above the grief of infertility and the struggle to care for aging parents connecting the reader ultimately to the heartbeat and resilience of the human experience This memoir was a finalist in the Next Generation Independent Book Awards the world’s largest not for profit independent book awards Praise for Motherhood Lost and Found “Ann Campanella’s Motherhood Lost and Found is a chronicle of family tragedy and triumph told in some of the most truly lyrical writing you’ll ever encounter She writes of g.

Rief and loss with heart wrenching honesty but without sentimentality then adds humor in such unexpected places I found myself laughing and crying all on the same page This is the best memoir I’ve read in years” Judith Minthorn Stacy author of Maggie Sweet winner of the Carolina Novel Award “The book is about the love of a family and how that love sustained them during a long and painful crisis and how Ann’s relationship with her husband Joel was deepened and enriched by that crisis and how three generations are better than two Motherhood Lost and Found has much to teach us all as human beings” Anthony Tony Abbott Professor Emeritus at Davidson College author of Leaving Maggie Hope winner of the Novello Festival Press Book Award “A sensitive in depth study of one woman’s slow descent into Alzheimer’s as detailed by her daughter Motherhood Lost and Found involves us in the dynamic of a multi generational family as well as the author’s own story horses poetry three terrible miscarriages and in her 41st year a final miracle” Maxine Kumin Pulitzer Prize winning poet “Ann Campanella’s Motherhood Lost and Found records the ordinary and extraordinary cou.

motherhood mobile Motherhood KindleRief and loss with heart wrenching honesty but without sentimentality then adds humor in such unexpected places I found myself laughing and crying all on the same page This is the best memoir I’ve read in years” Judith Minthorn Stacy author of Maggie Sweet winner of the Carolina Novel Award “The book is about the love of a family and how that love sustained them during a long and painful crisis and how Ann’s relationship with her husband Joel was deepened and enriched by that crisis and how three generations are better than two Motherhood Lost and Found has much to teach us all as human beings” Anthony Tony Abbott Professor Emeritus at Davidson College author of Leaving Maggie Hope winner of the Novello Festival Press Book Award “A sensitive in depth study of one woman’s slow descent into Alzheimer’s as detailed by her daughter Motherhood Lost and Found involves us in the dynamic of a multi generational family as well as the author’s own story horses poetry three terrible miscarriages and in her 41st year a final miracle” Maxine Kumin Pulitzer Prize winning poet “Ann Campanella’s Motherhood Lost and Found records the ordinary and extraordinary cou.

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  1. Cynthia Hamilton Cynthia Hamilton says:

    Kindle Edition Å Motherhood Kindle ↠ motherhood mobile, Motherhood KindleAuthorpoet Ann Campanella shares her journey through heartache and loss with such beautiful insightful prose I often had to pause to let the significance of her observations linger It is easy to see why she was drawn to poetry she has the gift of being able to see what is right befor


  2. Vanessa Luther Vanessa Luther says:

    Kindle Edition Å Motherhood Kindle ↠ motherhood mobile, Motherhood KindleMotherhood Lost and Found is a beautiful yet heartbreaking memoir Having two parents with Alzheimer’s I could relate to so much of A


  3. Literary Soirée Literary Soirée says:

    Kindle Edition Å Motherhood Kindle ↠ motherhood mobile, Motherhood KindleI am in awe of Ann Campanella and her poetic “Motherhood Lost and Found” named one of the Best Alzheimer's Books of All Time by BookAuthority Her eloquent memoir had me laughing and crying and just feeling privileged to know a person like her through her intimately shared journeyAnn’s story finds her returning to North Carolina to start a family and be closer to her family after several years away But she is shaken to the core after going through multiple heartbreaking miscarriages while at the same time her mother at the other end of the state begins to show signs of Alzheimer’s As her mother’s illness worsens and the biological clock ticks down on Ann’s ability to bear children she is faced with the possibility of a life she had not imagined Grief and loss weave threads of black throughout her narrative but hope inexplicably returns Ann’s story is


  4. Gina McKnight Gina McKnight says:

    Kindle Edition Å Motherhood Kindle ↠ motherhood mobile, Motherhood KindleTrue to the title Motherhood Lost and Found is a bittersweet journey through complicated life scenarios that end in simple mirac


  5. Frank Morelli Frank Morelli says:

    Kindle Edition Å Motherhood Kindle ↠ motherhood mobile, Motherhood KindleAnn Campanella's memoir on the ever changing relationship between a loved one suffering from Alzheimer's and her caregiver is heartwarming at times devastating at others but it never ceases to ring emotionally true If you've ever had the misfortune of having to suddenly make room in your life for the ravages of Alzheimer's disease there's no better place to go for comfort and expertise or simply to be reminded of the beauty and strength within each of our souls than to dive


  6. Lisa Kline Lisa Kline says:

    Kindle Edition Å Motherhood Kindle ↠ motherhood mobile, Motherhood KindleI was so deeply touched by this memoir Anyone with children or aging parents will be moved by this searingly honest story Ann struggled with infertility at the same time she was trying to care for her mother with Alzheimer's In a clear eyed way she explores how her family navigated the suffering caused by her mother's illness and her own heartbreak of multiple miscarriages Eve


  7. Karen Stewart Karen Stewart says:

    Kindle Edition Å Motherhood Kindle ↠ motherhood mobile, Motherhood KindleI loved this book It was a beautiful and moving read The author shares the journey of her mother’s illness and her own quest to become a mother with honesty and grace Her writing style kept me reading ‘just one page’ for hours


  8. paulinereidbookreviewer paulinereidbookreviewer says:

    Kindle Edition Å Motherhood Kindle ↠ motherhood mobile, Motherhood KindleFirst of all I would like to thank Ann for gifting me a copy of her ebook Motherhood Lost and Found in a return for a honest reviewThis book is a memoirWhen Ann approached me with her book I grabbed it with loving arms I myself have been a night nurse in a rest home and although we only had one dementia lady in my care I was extremly curious to see what it was like for a family on the other sideAs I read the first few chapters Ann introduces us to her love of horses family background the jobs she has undertaken and her marriageWhen I moved


  9. Irene Frances Olson Irene Frances Olson says:

    Kindle Edition Å Motherhood Kindle ↠ motherhood mobile, Motherhood KindleAlthough a memoir and therefore non fiction Ms Campanella’s book reads like a novel This book needs to be read by everyone not just those who have a close family member with dementia This memoir is a story of life obstacles and how one runs into climbs over or destroys those with which one is


  10. Traci Hooks Traci Hooks says:

    Kindle Edition Å Motherhood Kindle ↠ motherhood mobile, Motherhood KindleAs I've contemplated my review of Motherhood Lost and Found a quote keeps coming to mind Although I am not exactly sure who said this the quote says we read to know we are not alone and that is exactly how you'll feel when you finish this book I'm not alone Ann's memoir is about her struggle to become a mom while simultaneously dealing with her mom's debilitating descent into Alzheimer's disease If you can identify with either of Ann's struggles or God forbid both you will feel that you've been on a journey with a warm companion someone who offers encouragement strength and compassionI know that one of Ann's biggest desires in writing this book is to offer help and hope to those who are going through similar situations and I think she successfully accompli


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