After reading Sleeping Arrangements I did have an urge to find out what happened to that little girl whose start in life was like something out of a Dickens' novel. Read morePublished 3 months ago by D.E. McCourt
..that it ended.
Laura Shaine Cunningham is one of my all time favorite writers- Sleeping Arrangements is her first memoir and truly a classic and often compared to Angela's... Read more
Not quite what I thought it was going to be. Sort of boring writing. The idea is good though. Wish it was a better bookPublished 21 months ago by Marie Chiavoni
This book is a wonderfull recollection of the Bronx, Catskill Mountains and upstate New York.
It has a whole chapter on the Pioneer Country Club, where my Mother was... Read more
I found this book very habit forming and was so interesting I just had to keep reading. The tales of going to camp and her guardian Uncles were strange, but funny also. Read morePublished on June 29, 2003 by "momelly"
I fell over when she says she does her spring planting in July. So do I. With packets from the farmer's market. the animals eat mine too! Read morePublished on August 23, 2002
i was surprised to read any negative reviews since i enjoyed this book so completely, not wanting it to end. Read morePublished on July 9, 2001
Thank you, Laura Cunningham, for telling us more about your world. Having read SLEEPING ARRANGEMENTS at least three times, I was delighted to see a new memoir and hear some more... Read morePublished on October 31, 2000
Not Tuscany, nor Provence. This book is not much of anything. It's fluffy and light and if you like to read books that don't make you think too much, or sound more like an... Read morePublished on October 25, 2000 by An Amazon reviewer