White, Ryan - Health - Juvenile literature;
AIDS (Disease) - Patients - Indiana - Biography - Juvenile literature;
AIDS (Disease) - Patients
Jeanne White discusses her son’s autobiography, “Ryan White: My Own Story.” She begins by explaining that her son was Ryan White, a young boy who was diagnosed with AIDS and became an activist during his life. She talks about how her son...
Munchausen syndrome by proxy - Fiction;
African American women physicians - Fiction
Darin Strauss discusses his novel, “More Than It Hurts You.” He begins by explaining that his book is about a woman who suffers from Munchausen Syndrome which causes her to harm her child to get attention. He talks about the power struggle...
Fathers and sons - United States;
Family - United States
Roger Rosenblatt discusses his book, “The Man in the Water.” He begins by explaining that his book is a compilation of essays he wrote on celebrities, politicians, and everyday life. He talks about his relationship with his mentor and with...
Haas, Jane Glenn, 1937-; Older people - United States; Aging - United States; Older women - United States - Biography
Jane Glenn Haas discusses her biography, “Time Of Your Life.” She begins by talking about feeling older and being diagnosed with breast cancer. She talks about the wonders of face-lifts and plastic surgery, and how it helped her feel better...