Boob Job: Confessions of a Professional Bra Fitter by Natalee Woods


Boob Job: Confessions of a Professional Bra Fitter tells about the years the author, Natalee Woods, spent working in lingerie departments as a certified bra fitter. Woods shares anecdotes about the customers she assisted (some of whom were more difficult to deal with than others), along with memorable events in her personal life.

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Television Finales: From Howdy Doody to Girls by Douglas L. Howard & David Bianculli (Editors)



Television Finales was an interesting book to read. Multiple genres of television were represented throughout the book: sitcoms, talk shows, children’s shows, drama, soap opera, science fiction, horror, western, medical dramas, and police/crime/procedural  dramas.

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Squeezed: Why Our Families Can’t Afford America by Alissa Quart


I’ve read several books that focus on the struggles faced by people living in poverty (such as Matthew Desmond’s  Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City).  I had not, however, read anything focused on the struggles of those in the middle class, so when I saw this book, I was eager to read it.

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