Author — Stacy Dymalski
Type of Book — Non-Fiction
Description — In this book, Stacy Dymalski provides an interesting perspective on moving from being a professional person who’s totally focused on her career to a mother whose main focus is her kids. Some of the chapters include “The Party’s Over (Or Is It?)” where she talks about her beginnings with her husband, and how she and her husband became parents. She continues talking about the parenting journey in chapters like “The Art of Using Scissors (Blood and Gore, Part 1)” where she hurt herself with a pair of scissors, “Towels Gone Wild (Blood and Gore, Part),” where she talks about an accident one of her friend’s children got into, “That Old Time Religion,” where she talks about her experiences teaching Sunday School, and of course “Confessions of a Band Geek Mom,” where she talks about her experiences when her sons decided to sign up for band.
URLs where the book can be purchased — https://www.amazon.com/Confessions-Band-Geek-Stacy-Dymalski-ebook/dp/B005IAQ02Y?ie=UTF8&keywords=confessions%20of%20a%20band%20geek%20mom&linkCode=sl1&linkId=fa44c7c36787261ba41edede7f1fce7b&qid=1461696110&ref_=as_li_ss_tl&sr=8-1&tag=myebojou-20
Title — The Tao of the Vow
Author — J. Thomas Steele
Type of Book – Non-Fictionm
Description — In this book, J. Thomas Steele talks about writing your wedding vows – if you’re getting ready to get married and thinking about writing your own wedding vows, this is a great book to read – he talks about the steps involved, such as researching wedding vows so you can get an idea for what kind of vows you want to write, topics to include in your vows, whether or not to include humor, how to format your speech, practicing your vows, and at the end he includes a bonus chapter for those who are renewing their vows. At the very end he includes some wedding vow samples, as well as quotations that can be included.
URLs where the book can be purchased — http://amzn.to/29Y4UYY
Author — Bill Cosby
Type of Book — Nonfiction
Description — In this book, Bill Cosby takes a humorous look at being a father and just at life in general – you’ll get something out of this book whether you’re a father or not, but you’ll probably get even more out of it if you are a father. And if you’re ever watched “Bill Cosby: Himself,” or listened to any of his other routines, you’ll probably recognize some of the stories he tells, such as his the plane ride he was on with a mother and her young son Jeffrey, his experiences at the dentist, or the time when his children wanted chocolate cake for breakfast.
URLs where the book can be purchased — https://www.amazon.com/Bill-Cosby-Fatherhood/dp/B002SK8YB2/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&qid=1464791447&sr=8-1&keywords=fatherhood+by+bill+cosby&linkCode=sl1&tag=myebojou-20&linkId=b0e2083307790ae580a62e503c13ca20