CHICAGO, March 26, 2008 (PRIME NEWSWIRE) -- Motherhood comes with many responsibilities and challenges, so many that we see a lot of young mothers failing to adjust themselves. With her new book Mothers Manual, author Edna C. Wells offers readers sound advice based on her personal experiences of being a mother to four lovely children. A touching and heartwarming discussion begins here.

Mothers Manual was written with young mothers in mind, and its purpose is to give them solutions and sound suggestions that can help them raise the child to become an individual that she could be proud of. Filled with simple yet sensible instructions, this book discusses many relevant topics, such as the challenges that come with motherhood, prioritizing the child's education, recognizing the child's independence, how to interact with other mothers, and more.

Insightful and richly layered, Mothers Manual is highly recommended to expectant mothers and women in general. To order a copy of this informative read, be sure to visit your local bookstore or log on at,,, and today.

About the Author

Edna C. Wells was born in Macon, Georgia, the youngest of two children, reared by a very strict grandmother. She is presently living in Chicago, Illinois and is a student at Chicago State University, Chicago, Illinois, fulfilling a dream to pursue a Master's Degree in Psychology. She is also a metaphyical student at Christ Universal Temple, also in Chicago. The author has been a representative for the nationally known Avon Products, Inc. for eighteen years while learning about Psychology, which is her special interest. Her special hobbies are reading, learning, always keeping her mind active and exercising regularly.

                 Mothers Manual * by Edna C. Wells
                  Publication Date: July 6, 2007
         Trade Paperback; $15.99; 48 pages; 978-1-4257-6481-4

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