Her Daughter's Eyes by Jessica Barksdale Inclan

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In an upper middle-class neighborhood, on a street like Wildwood Drive, things like this are not supposed to happen.... Sixteen-year-old Kate is going to have a baby. She's done all to prepare for the new child's birth but one thing: She hasn't told anyone.

Except for her younger sister. Together, all they have is a crib made out of cardboard, sheets from the Goodwill...and hope. Hope that somehow, with the newborn baby in arms, everyone will forgive.

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Poignant, sharply introspective and thought provoking. Every parent of a teenager and indeed, every teenager should read this work with care. (New York Times bestselling author Dorothea Benton Frank)

Beautifully written...Jessica Barksdale Incl‡n brings a profound understanding of human nature to her characters. I wish Ms. Incl‡n great success with this wonderful novel. (New York Times bestselling author Sally Mandel)

Jessica Barksdale Incl‡n is an author to watch. (New York Times bestselling author Kristin Hannah)

About Jessica Barksdale Inclan

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Jessica Barksdale Incln teaches writing, mythology, and women's literature at Diablo Valley College in Pleasant Hill, California.
Published May 1, 2001 by NAL Trade. 218 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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As grueling as childbirth proves for Kate and Tyler, it is not nearly as painful as what follows, with Sanjay in jail, the baby in foster care, the girls in a residence and their father pondering how to show the court he can care for the family he has all but abandoned;

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