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Jennifer Capriati Paperback – September, 1991

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Heroes of Black History
Collection of Five "Who Was" Biographies
In this box set, discover the life and times of five icons of black history and celebrate the difference they made in the world. Hardcover

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Grade 3-5-- A look at one of the youngest professional tennis players in the world. Morrissette highlights Capriati's career from her first amateur tournament when she was six, to her rookie year as a professional. Young readers will enjoy reading about her favorite things and some of her thrills while on the pro tennis tournament tour. Informative full-color photographs, statistics, a diagram of a tennis court, and a glossary add to the book's appeal. In addition, the author does a good job of explaining tennis jargon. --Bruce Lee Siebers, Free Library of Philadelphia
Copyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc.

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After 18 years as an editor/writer in NYC, I transitioned into a very different life as a Choice Mom (a term I coined for single mothers by choice in my award-winning book "Choosing Single Motherhood: The Thinking Woman's Guide"). I moved back to my home state of Minnesota, proactively had a second child on my own, never returned to corporate life, and developed Be-Mondo Publishing, to tell stories to effect individual and collective change.

I created a robust ChoiceMoms.org website with more than 500 articles for women in every stage of the journey; the Choice Chat podcast (more than 50,000 downloads); a series of e-guides for single women; and discussion groups and e-newsletter that serves thousands of women. I have hosted more than 25 networking events for Choice Moms, in places ranging from London to Toronto to Austin, Texas.

With a group of middle school students, I published "Be the Change: The Paul and Sheila Wellstone Story." The youth interviewed 12 family, friends and colleagues of the Wellstones, to learn about their amazing abilities to make a difference -- in grassroots politics, in issues of mental health and domestic violence, in inspiring youth, and as parents.

Next up: CollectiveImpact.ME, a non-profit

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