The House on Beartown Road: A Memoir of Learning and Forgetting


Author: Elizabeth Cohen

In this beautiful book, Elizabeth Cohen gives us a true and moving portrait of the love and courage of a family.,,Elizabeth, a member of the “sandwich generation”—people caught in the middle, simultaneously caring for their children and for their aging parents—is the mother of Ava and the daughter of Daddy, and responsible for both. Hers is the story of a woman’s struggle to….Read More

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