From a young author who has lived through what he writes about, Superwoman's Child is an eye-opening novel chronicling one teenage son's struggle with his trouble-filled life. Growing up the only male in a house full of women is no easy task. Sometimes the women can be qas sweet as pie, q while other days they turn into something he wouldn't dare say out loud. So is the life of Sean Morris, a teenager with an absent father and troubles many would recognize. Even though his father's been practically missing in action for a while, Sean still wonders if his father will ever be there for him, especially now, when he needs him most. Will Sean be able to handle new challenges without a male role model? Or will he come to terms with the fact that the only people he needs in his life are the ones who actually love him -- the qsuperwomenq who are already there? Sure to resonate with parents and teenagers alike, Superwoman's Child is by turns humorous and heart wrenching -- a revealing story of the determined perseverance of one son and the unwavering encouragement of his mother.When Sean turned the corner leading back to the Vegasa#39; street, his fathera#39;s blue, two-door Honda Civic was parked out front. He felt glad in one way, but sad in another. He wouldna#39;t be trying out for football that day. Sean walked into the houseanbsp;...
|Author||:||J. L. Woodson|
|Publisher||:||Strebor Books - 2006-06-27|