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WHO IS BEVERLY WRIGHT? Let's Love, No, I Mean Really LOVE Our Children: Beverly Wright, from the awesome state of New Jersey, is an average parent who loves children and believes optimistically in general child rearing and focused upbringings. Having seven of her own she fondly refers to them all as her "LUCKY SEVEN." She goes the distance in telling this whimsically rich, unfolding story. Many readers will come to see that parenting to her means that emphatic sacrifices will have to be made in order to live a life, and in the very same juncture, be responsible for a life or lives. Single parenting to Beverly means having to fill the shoes or wear the hat, so to speak, of both maternally and paternally instinctive and expected roles. No easy task in the initial sense of raising our children. Well then, if that all be the case, what do we do, where do we turn to for some concrete and credible advice on how to become a strong and actively connected role model for our children's children? Read on to let Ms. Wright take you on a journey which answers that question with a flair for originality and a sincere determination to leave the reader applauding her encouraging and comforting messages of Love, Sacrifice and Eternal Bonding. Discover a unique and bright new concept of children's books pages that also appeals to the older reader as well as to the adult reader. Enjoy! -BAW A lineage is apparently auspiciously affected by the loving, caring and positive attention paid to it, sacrifices made for it, as well as the humility, the gratitude and moral fortitude it is so inclined to both embrace and express in its daily walk of Life! -MIA MHOOR Granddads are wonderful, but if we are talking about the basic necessities in life, the love of a Nana can be, and has always been to me from my maternal Nana, the most powerful, soul nourishing and inspiring of them all. No one is more understanding of our shortcomings, accepting and supportive of our aspirations and uncritical in their assessment of our character than our Nana. -CISHIUME Z. WRIGHT