#4. I Am My Mother’s Daughter by Iris Krasnow

I Am My Mother’s Daughter is a nonfiction piece about — you guessed it — mothers and daughters. There were many diverse interviews about all kinds of mother/daughter relationships, which I liked, but would have enjoyed more if I could have related to them on a personal level. For example, this probably would have spoken to me more strongly if I myself were a mother, as “mothers with mothers” was a prominent idea throughout the book. It would be great to find a book like this geared more for women my age, still on the precipice of adulthood and being your own person while still maintaining that weird, wonderful relationship with the one we call Mom.


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