Mother Daze Author Christine Carr to Visit Providence Public Library on March 21

[ 1 ] March 17, 2010 |

Mother DazeProvidence Public Library’s (Central Library, 150 Empire Street, Providence) visiting author series continues with Rhode Island author Christine Carr, who will present Mother Daze: Tales from the Imperfect Playground on Sunday, March 21 from 2:00 — 3:30 pm (Barnard Room, 3rd Floor).

Mother Daze is a truthful account of modern motherhood, a virtual high five offered to the women of the world, written by a girl who thought she had life well under control until kids came along…

This heartfelt story, told through entertaining anecdotes from Carr’s own adventures as a 37-year-old mother of three young children, coupled with her 15 years as an elementary physical education teacher, will provide smiles and sunshine for women who honestly question “What happened to my life?”

About the Book and Author
Christine Carr began her teaching career as a physical education teacher in East Greenwich, RI, and as a coach. Eventually she left coaching in order to pursue her Master’s in the Administration of Physical Ed. and Health Ed. Her entire thesis research project was based on the over-scheduling of today’s youth and how it related to future burn-out rates among athletes. Married for 12 years to Andrew Carr, they have three children Nolan (9), Jane (6) and Finley (4) and live in South Kingstown.

Category: books / stories, local ri area, moms


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