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bookbinding for caregivers and the terminally ill

The May 19, 1997, issue of "Publishers Weekly" has a book review on p. 73
of M. Catherine Ray's "I'm With You Now; A Guide Through Incurable Illness
for Patients, Families, and Friends," sa paperback published by Bantam.
The review says in part, "Sometimes, it's unclear whether Ray is speaking
of patients or caregivers, and she sometimes lingers in peripheral
territory, such as the suggestion that caregivers take up bookbinding and
choreography with the patient."  From Phil Weimerskirch, Providence Public
Library <PHILWH@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

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