“Informative, interesting, and just plain fun . . .”
Every woman who loves her shoes should read this book—hell—every man who loves women’s shoes should read this book.
“. . . the unbelievable tale of the months leading up to the happiest day of her life, while trying to stay sane, on budget, and off everyone’s hitlist.”
“. . . a task of gargantuan proportions . . .”
“Read this book and you’ll toss out all the plastic in your cabinets, rethink your hand sanitizers, go back to bar soap, fret about the labels in your bed materials, think thrice about cosm
“. . . offers the makings of a roadmap for a journey we will all be better off for taking.”
“The reader doesn’t read this book, but experiences it. Ms.
When she turned seventy-nine she wrote to tell me that although she was now legally blind she had decided to study medicine: “I am thinking of going to nursing school . . .
Had Ida C.
The title says it all, and the book delivers what is on the label. According to the blurb on the back cover, Leslie Goldman, MPH, is a health writer for the American Medical Association.