Daddy and Me by Jeanne Moutoussamy-Ashe
A Photo Story of Arthur Ashe and his Daughter Camera

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The widow of tennis star Arthur Ashe, who recently died of AIDS, offers a photographic portrait of Ashe's relationship with his six-year-old daughter during his illness, accompanied by the child's reflections on living with and helping her father.
 

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Published November 16, 1993 by Alfred A. Knopf. 40 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Children's Books. Non-fiction

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the author and her husband conceived the book to ``give other parents a way to discuss AIDS with their young children.'' Splendid b&w photos--sometimes several on a spread--make it clear that, for this family, AIDS never hindered a loving relationship or the hugging and kissing that are natural b...

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``What you will see here is a portrait of Arthur and Camera as they care for each other on bad days and play together as father and daughter on good days,'' writes Arthur Ashe's widow, Moutoussamy-Ash

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``What you will see here is a portrait of Arthur and Camera as they care for each other on bad days and play together as father and daughter on good days,'' writes Arthur Ashe's widow, Moutoussamy-Ashe, in her introductory note.

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