Results for General Fiction + Uplifting books + 1960s & '70s

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  • The Help
    Kathryn Stockett
    Paperback: 04/05/2011
     
    Winner of BookBrowse's 2009 Reader Awards. Three extraordinary women start a movement that forever changes a ...
  • Philosophy Made Simple
    Robert Hellenga
    Paperback: 03/01/2007
     
    A novel about a man's search for meaning that illuminates our deepest concerns: love and death, marriage ...
  • The Saints and Sinners of Okay County
    Dayna Dunbar
    Paperback: 06/28/2005
     
    A funny and poignant first novel about a woman struggling to liberate herself in small-town America.
  • The Secret Life of Bees
    Sue Monk Kidd
    Paperback: 01/01/2003
     
    A mesmerizing novel about women with extraordinary gifts coping with loss, finding forgiveness and especially,...
  • La Cucina: A Novel of Rapture
    Lily Prior
    Paperback: 09/01/2001
     
    Exuberant and touching, La Cucina is a magical evocation of life's mysterious seasons and the treasures ...
  • Welcome To The World, Baby Girl
    Fannie Flagg
    Paperback: 12/01/1999
     
    Once again, Flagg's humor and respect and affection for her characters shine forth.

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