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1. Among Angels
2. Open Hearts: If Your Heart Is
3. Remarkable Changes: Turning Life's
4. Making Yourself at Home: Finding
6. Plain Jane: A Novel of Jane Seymour
7. Two at a Time: Having Twins: The
8. Guide to Romantic Living
9. Baseball: The Early Years (Oxford
10. Jane Seymour (The 6 wives of Henry
12. Mistress Jane Seymour (Large Print)
13. Coastal Living Magazine. May June
14. Talk (This One and That One Block
15. Boing! No Bouncing on the Bed
16. Splat! The Tale of a Colorful
17. Palliative Care in Neurological
18. A Woman's Work: Writing Baseball
19. Jane Austen
20. Quiet on Account of Dinosaur

1. Among Angels
by Jane Seymour
Hardcover: 128 Pages (2010-10-01)
list price: US$14.99 -- used & new: US$7.50
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Asin: 0824948505
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Angels have appeared universally throughout history in folklore, art, and in many religions. They bring messages from heaven to us mortals here on earth. Angels may bring tidings of great joy or urgent warnings; their messages may be musical or may be communicated in the smiles of cherubic babies. Their images resonate with innocence and grandeur, beauty and awe. Their powerful wings enable them to fly far above our earthly struggles yet they can swoop down to save us. Angels speak through human beings, and some would even say there are angels in our midst. Among Angels celebrates the human angels -- all around us -- who inspire us by bringing us peace and tranquility, innocence and joy, hope and love. Like the prequel, Open Hearts, this book will include a personal foreword and art by Jane Seymour, quotes from literature, spiritual texts, and personal stories that honor the importance of the angels among us. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Among Angels- a little gem of a book!
There are times in everyone's life when they feel completely alone. Their soul goes to a dark place void of all hope, one from which they fear they may never return. It's at these times that something deep within the human spirit cries out and a divine presence can be felt. Sometimes it's a powerful force that as in the case of St. Paul- literally knocks one to the ground- but more often it is a gentle awakening, a quiet whisper reminding us that "Someone" is listening and if we can just still our minds long enough, we will hear the answer. "Be still and know that I am God" the voice seems to be saying and that reassurance is enough to carry us through the depths of our despair.

In Among Angels, Jane Seymour captures that "moment' when the human soul is touched by the power of the divine. Through poetry, inspirational thoughts and real life stories (her own and that of family and friends), the reader is reminded that the unseen hand of a power greater than our own is often there when we need it most, whether that power manifests itself as a divine being- an angel, or through the quiet support of a friend or caring stranger.

This is not a treatise on angels or a list of "angelic quotes" but a beautifully designed little gem of a book laced with Seymour's own art which gives the book an aesthetic appeal refective of the spiritual nature of the author herself. Colors and fonts blend beautifully with the angelically themed text to give every page a unique quality all it's own. One almost feels as if there were a divine hand in the very creation of the book; as it exudes a sense of hope from the very first page.

Among Angels is a book that is meant to be a gift, whether to oneself or one's own 'angel'. So often we dont' take the time to honor those without whom we would never have made it through those dark moments, Among Angels is a way to thank those special people in our lives
and to be reminded that the message of love can sometimes come from the most unlikely places ... Read more

2. Open Hearts: If Your Heart Is Open, Love Will Always Find Its Way In
by Jane Seymour
Hardcover: 128 Pages (2008-12-22)
list price: US$14.95 -- used & new: US$1.98
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Asin: B0028N72D0
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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“If Your Heart Is Open,
Love Will Always Find Its Way In.”

An open heart is a universal symbol of giving and receiving love. This precious keepsake companion perfectly compliments the elegant jewelry designed by Emmy Award-winning actress Jane Seymour for her debut line exclusive to Kay Jewelers. Open Hearts reflects life’s joys, heartaches, and inspirations and symbolizes that only when you can love yourself and keep your heart open are you able to give and receive love. This theme is celebrated through a collection of poems, essays, quotes, and Jane Seymour’s equally inspirational “Healing Hearts” paintings. The coalescence of words and art speak to every kind of love in people’s lives. They prove that it’s a force that flows unconditionally, because if your heart is open, it can never stay broken.

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Customer Reviews (9)

5-0 out of 5 stars Actually, really, really good.
I was skeptical about getting this book, but I couldn't resist. And I was pleasantely suprised. There is some really good stuff in here about keeping your heart open, even when it's so hard. I would defintely recommend it, along with Why Hasn't He Called?: New York's Top Date Doctors Reveal How Guys Really Think and How to Get the Right One Interested.

5-0 out of 5 stars What a man sees
Men don't sit around and ponder love philosophies--they're visually oriented.What do you see when you look at that cover?I see a woman sitting on a bench or stool, polishing her toenails or something.A man walks up behind her, shaking a bag of potato chips and says 'hey hon, look what I found.'So she twists around for a looksie.I will go to hell with my unwelcome opinions now.Outside of that, I am a huge fan of Jane Seymour, for her spin as Solitaire, particularly her portrayal of Elise McKenna in Somewhere in Time.She can do no wrong in my book.

5-0 out of 5 stars Life Is messy but you can clean it up!
Having been a Jane Seymour fan for years I can tell you that the books she has written have saved me from emotional dispair lots of times....I know this to be true because she is my best friend...The strength her words have given me have lasted more than 27 years of friendship, she has a way of making the seemingly impossible possible...that is because she knows how live and how to love all those around her and then she takes on the whole world! She has so much love to give and I know this to be true she has loved me thorough so many tough times... she truely loves us all!

4-0 out of 5 stars This Will Remind You to Keep Your Heart Open....... Wide! 6/19/2009
Over the years, since Jane Seymour left behind a great TV series...Dr. Quinn, we have observed her to allow her creativity to flow outwards in beautiful ways.Whether it's jewelry, keepsakes, children's clothing, decorating, and now, Open Hearts, a compilation of her own artwork, quotes from many wonderful contributors, and many personal and sentimental thoughts as to how to keep relationships strong, she has gathered a multitude of sentiments that bring hope for the healing of brokenness in most relationships.
This is one of those small books that can rest on the living room coffee table, a desk, a night stand, or even the kitchen counter; when the mood sets in, anyone can pick up this book and read a quote, a message, or a poem, and feel the strength of the love that is forged between people.No one can say it is the ultimate answer, as there is none.When it comes to your heart, you are the initiator; if you feel the tug, remember to keep your heart open to the possibility of strengthening it. Please, don't wait for a special occasion, like a birthday or anniversary; make whatever day it is, the special occasion.
Check it out...your heart will grow stronger, if you just try.

5-0 out of 5 stars Open Hearts
First off, let me start by saying my girl friend loves this collection of jewelry...if you haven't seen the collection go to your local kay jewelers and check it out! i bought her a necklace and match ear rings from there with the open heart design exactly like the one on the cover of the book!next off is the tattoo for her : )

anyways, back to the review..this is a great and small 5 by 5 inch hard cover book of poetry, stories, quotes and other things of inspiration and guidance when it comes to relationships and love..it is also filled with tons of jane seymour's art work that compliment the book very well.for as cheap as this book is, it had a bigger effect then the $8 and some change i payed for it...she loved the book, she read it all the way through with in the first day! this is a great gift that would compliment another gift you would be buying for a special someone..or you could just by this randomly for your loved one as a "just because" type of gift, just like i did..trust me its better then just buying flowers all the time ... Read more

3. Remarkable Changes: Turning Life's Challenges into Opportunities
by Jane Seymour
Paperback: 240 Pages (2004-07-01)
list price: US$14.95 -- used & new: US$4.28
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Asin: B000HWZ42U
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Throughout her celebrated career as an actress, from her film debut as a Bond Girl to her starring role in the beloved television series Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, and during the winding course of her life, Jane Seymour has been a testament to the rewards of embracing life's challenges eagerly and gracefully. Speaking from fifty-two years of experience with both joy and heartache, she firmly believes that "when we allow ourselves to see all changes as remarkable, some extraordinary things can happen to us."

Rich in lived wisdom, Remarkable Changes revolves around seven signposts of change -- stops we all visit, and perhaps revisit, on the turbulent voyage of life. Jane reflects on the life-altering events of her past and on their universal lessons. While candidly recounting her own defining moments of turmoil -- rejection, betrayal, divorce, near bankruptcy, and near-death experiences among them -- she introduces extraordinary men and women who have courageously navigated the most formidable changes, from the loss of a child to sudden blindness, as well as those who have made incredible changes happen against the odds.

Drawing on her own life and the shining examples of others -- including her indomitable mother, a native of Holland who was held in a Japanese prisoner of war camp during World War II; her husband, James Keach, who restored her faith in love and trust in men after a painful divorce; and her "soul mate," Christopher Reeve, who won her heart in the cult classic Somewhere in Time -- she offers a wealth of guidance for successfully managing any journey of transition.

Heartfelt and uplifting, Remarkable Changes is a welcome companion that will help us find the true value in our life's passages.

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5-0 out of 5 stars Yes, Enjoyed it Immensely..
I have been a fan of Jane's for some years (since Somewhere in Time movie), this book lets you really know her well, reading about her mother and father and her home she grew up in, very humble, its a great book. I've read 30 or 40 books on stars over the years, this is one of my top 5.

5-0 out of 5 stars Loved It
I bought this because I have been a fan of Jane Seymour's for years.I was curious to see what I would think of her after reading her autobiography.This was more than a usual autobiography.You not only find out things about Jane's life, but intertwined are stories about people she knows going thru their own stuff.I thought the stories were touching, sometimes surprising, and flowed well with the topic of the given chapter. This is one of those books that I hated to put down.I thought it would be interesting but I was very surprised that it was also uplifting.I felt better after I read it.If that doesn't make a book great, I don't know what does.

2-0 out of 5 stars Failed Marriages and a Life of Privilege to teach others
I was sorely disappointed. The title and book jacket verbage make this sound like an outstanding read but I found it a tale of failed marriages and I felt sorry for Seymour and her choices but I hardly find it a model to teach from. Somehow I missed the lessons of the reviewers but then she is from the Hollywood crowd and they sing each others praises. A nice lady I'm sure but I found it more about her than about the lessons.

5-0 out of 5 stars Touching account of a remarkable woman
I never thought much of Jane Seymour, other than to think
she was a pretty actress . . . her book, REMARKABLE
CHANGES, certainly gave me a different

It is a touching account of how she has embraced change, as
well as such life-altering events as rejection, betrayal, divorce,
near bankruptcy, and near-death experiences . . . I liked how
she was quite candid about her life . . . in addition, she
movingly told many other stories about others who have had
to deal with such tragedies as the loss of a child and sudden

I especially liked a section toward the end, in which she described
a tradition her parents taught her:

As little girls we were always encouraged to count our blessings.
Of course what that implies is that no matter what happens, there
are always blessings among the day's events to be counted.
In my mind, that's what we do when we look for the gifts that change can
bring. The last thing I do every night-and have done all my life-is think
over what's happened that day, and what I think is going to happen, and
then to think of how grateful I am for the things that have happened. I've
taught my own children to do the same, and it's a lovely little ritual I often
complete with my twins. And I love feeling that I can pass to my children
the wonderful, enriching traditions my parents taught to me. Nice end to
the day, actually.

There were several other memorable passages; among them:
All these difficulties have taught me something. As a result of
feeling left out and separate, and later of losing my passionate
dream of dancing, I began to see that although we don't always
have a choice in what happens to us, we really do have a choice
in how we react to what's happened. My reaction to being
excluded was that I retreated into working hard at what I did.
At the Arts Educational School, my parents couldn't afford the
education I was getting. I was on a partial grant, and I was so
incredibly grateful to be allowed to study what I loved rather than
cope with regular school that I did not want to waste one second of
my life and wanted to prove it to be the right choice. It's a feeling
that's carried over to my life today. How grateful I am to live in
the moment.

When I was fighting my weight, years ago when I was in my twenties, I
used another trick. I realized that the more I thought about the situation,
the worse I got. The more I felt I had put myself on a diet, the more I
obsessed about food, or rather, about not having food. However, I found
that if I put knitting needles in my hands, or if I was embroidering, or
even now, if I'm painting, my hands are busy, and it doesn't occur to me
to put something in my mouth. When my mind is focused on being creative,
the time flies by, and suddenly I think, "Oh my goodness, I haven't eaten
anything for three hours."

When she [her mother] returned home and the diagnosis was made,
she went right to work on a will. Contrary to what most of us would
think, Corinna said, "It was a wonderful, extraordinary exercise. Like
being Santa Claus!" I can believe that because I've watched my
mother do the same thing, with great joy. At eighty-eight years
of age, she lives every day to the fullest, taking advantage
of every opportunity and invitation that comes her way, but at the
same time she's aware that she won't be here forever. Consequently
she's been quite literally gathering up the gifts she has in her life
and then slowly handing out treasures she's collected and things
she knows we'll value. She's been doing this for the last few years-we've
received things like my first ballet shoes or a dance outfit I wore as a girl,
an exercise book from school, an award my father received. My mother
is such a giving person, she derives great pleasure in sharing these gifts,
while she's well, alive, and vibrant enough to take part in the excitement
with us.

5-0 out of 5 stars Remarkable Revelation
Live in the moment. You can't take anything with you when you go except the imprint you leave behind in the lives of others. If you are struggling with something in your life, go out and help someone else.

All of these are pieces of advice for turning life's challenges into opportunities, the subtitle of REMARKABLE CHANGES.

For years, Jane Seymour has always been viewed as having the "perfect life." She's had 30+ successful years in the film industry, is happily married, has 4 children and 2 stepchildren, and seems to spin gold with everything she touches, including a clothing line, a worldwide art career, a new housewares collection, a children's clothing line and several published books.

However, appearances can be deceiving. So it is with Seymour. As she shares in this memoir, the life behind the smiling woman you've seen on TV is far from perfect. Although some might classify this book as self-help, it is more appropriately categorized in the autobiography section. Seymour uniquely combines personal stories with advice for an entertaining result full of heartwarming honesty and down-to-earth anecdotes.

Complete with 20 stories from friends and family who have triumphed over their adversities, REMARKABLE CHANGES offers fresh insight into the realities of life, told in a way that makes you feel more like you're sitting down to tea with Jane than delving into a personal counseling session.

Mirroring the quilting circles of days gone by, Seymour stresses the importance of sharing your struggles with others to help you get past whatever is holding you down. No stranger to setbacks, she details the pain of her divorces, her frightening near-death experiences and the ups and downs of her acting career. Through it all, Seymour writes about attitude being what makes or breaks you as you deal with the changes in your life. You are the one who decides how you'll react to whatever life throws your way and whether you'll have stepping stones or stumbling blocks.

So, be prepared for a journey of discovery and enlightenment, coupled with the 'fireside chat' voice of Jane Seymour as you learn about your own REMARKABLE CHANGES. ... Read more

4. Making Yourself at Home: Finding Your Style and Putting It All Together
by Jane Seymour
Hardcover: 192 Pages (2007-03-19)
list price: US$40.00 -- used & new: US$5.00
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Asin: 075662892X
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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The creator of a widely successful home collection, international celebrity Jane Seymour shares with readers her unique insights into and gives practical advice about interior design. In this book, she uses her home in Malibu as an example of dozens of innovative concepts and easy solutions for every room in the house that anyone can adapt to their own living spaces.AUTHOR BIO: Multiple Emmy and Golden Globe award winner Jane Seymour is an accomplished painter and author of seven books, including her most recent, Remarkable Changes, and a children's series. Seymour and her husband and business partner James Keach reside in Malibu, and they also have a 14th century manor house, St. Catherine's Court, in Bath, England. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect for my style
This book is as perfect for my style of decorating as anything I have ever seen.I like "color done beautifully and tastefully," and it is an ideal example of that.As a bonus, there is insight into Jane Seymour's family and their lifestyle.Lots here for me to copy!

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect
The seller had an accurate account of the book.The condition of the book was perfect.I was very pleased with my purchase and that I saved so much money.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Book!
This book is wonderful! Especially if you like Jane Seymour because she goes through her own house and tells how she decorated it.She gives some great advice on decorating all the rooms of your home, including colors, fabrics, and textures, by using her own home as an example.I would recommend this book for those who want to redecorate their home.

5-0 out of 5 stars Home decorating book
This is a beautiful book.Jane Seymore is lovely and so is her family and home!

5-0 out of 5 stars Terrific Ideas
I thought it was a Terrific Book. She is such a talented person - acting, painting, decorating. I loved the pics from her home and got some great ideas from it. I like that it was sectioned off into specific areas for each chapter. Great ideas to change you decor and without spending too much money. I'm a bigger fan now than I was before. ... Read more

5. JANE SEYMOUR: Henry VIIIs True Love
by Elizabeth Norton
Paperback: 288 Pages (2010-04)
list price: US$19.95 -- used & new: US$11.28
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Asin: 1848685270
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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The first ever biography of Jane Seymour, Henry VIII's third wife, who died in childbirth giving the king what he craved most - a son and heir.

First biography to show the real Jane Seymour; she may have been submissive and obedient in front of Henry, but her true personality was far more cutthroat.

Despite the huge interest in the wives of Henry VIII - most of his wives are the subject of at least two books - Jane has none.

Jane Seymour is often portrayed as meek and mild and as the most successful, but one of the least significant, of Henry VIII's wives. The real Jane was a very different character, demure and submissive yet with a ruthless streak - as Anne Boleyn was being tried for treason, Jane was choosing her wedding dress. From the lowliest origins of any of Henry's wives, her rise shows an ambition every bit as great as Anne's.

Elizabeth Norton tells the thrilling life of a country girl from rural Wiltshire who rose to the throne of England and became the ideal Tudor woman. ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars The Short Life and Short Reign of Jane Seymour

Since there is not much known about the short but eventful life of Jane Seymour, this book is necessarily short and speculative.

Elizabeth Norton gets you thinking about the character of Jane. Norton provides evidence to back up the idea that Jane's "career goals" (and those of her supporters) shifted from mistress to queen as an opportunity presented itself. She details what is known of where Jane went and what she did and speculates on what she thought and felt during the trial and execution of Anne Boleyn.

Jane shows spunk on the issues of Princess Mary and the closing of monestaries. It could be her actions here indicate that she is not as afraid of her dangerous husband as Norton implies. It could be that she decided that Henry had come to his senses about Anne, had learned his lesson, and that she would be treated with the respect initially accorded Catherine.

Given the dearth of information on this short life, there is a lot of guessing as to her motives, attitudes and feelings. Not all of it is labeled "probably", "must have" or "could have". The title itself is representative of this speculation.

4-0 out of 5 stars Anything but Plain
A good read, finally a book on Jane Seymour.

Since little is known about Jane's life before her arrival to court, much of that part of the book is speculation based off historical records and facts.

However once Jane arrives at court, we see more fact. Jane temperance allows for thoughts and ideals on her feelings of the actions surrounding her, in particular, her rise to Queen. Norton does a fine job of neither villifying or absolving Jane of this contraversial subject.

Also, Norton helps dispell the "Plain" Jane myth. Jane was remebered kindly and some Historians have taken that and made her "Plain", Norton shows that while Jane was not as memorable as her predessecors, she was indeed a woman of intelligence and quiet strengths.

All in all, a good book on Jane Seymour. Not quite the one everyone has been waiting for, but it does provide information on a woman who is often over-shadowed.JANE SEYMOUR: Henry VIII's True Love

2-0 out of 5 stars Disappointed
I was looking forward to this book as a full-length biography of Jane Seymour. Jane is by far the most neglected of Henry VIII's queens, and I have been waiting for something that would shed some light on her life and character. Unfortunately, after reading this book, I am still waiting.

Perhaps the problem here is that there just is not enough information available on which to base a full examination of Jane Seymour's life. As a child of the minor gentry, her youth would have been unremarkable andlargely unrecorded. I do think, however, that some conclusions could have been reached by a more thorough examination of the records concerning her family - which would have offered some clues as to Jane's whereabouts at various points in her life.

There is more information available after Jane arrived at the court of Henry VIII, but Norton tends to attempt to enliven her narrative by supplying Jane's reactions and feelings concerning the events that she witnessed. As Jane did not leave a diary telling us how she felt, this is entirely speculation and very disconcerting to someone who is used to reading more traditional biographies.

On the positive side, there are a number of interesting illustrations provided. These are the reason that the book will continue to reside on my bookshelves. ... Read more

6. Plain Jane: A Novel of Jane Seymour (Tudor Women Series)
by Laurien Gardner
Paperback: 342 Pages (2008-07-01)
list price: US$14.00 -- used & new: US$2.94
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Asin: 042522094X
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Continuing the story of Henry VIII’s wives—from the author of The Spanish Bride and A Lady Raised High.

With a face better suited to a nun’s habit than a wedding dress, Jane Seymour has no suitors and few hopes. Then, her prospects brighten when she is granted a position at court as maid of honor to Queen Catherine. There, Jane watches as King Henry VIII ignores his aging wife, showering favor on the beautiful Anne Boleyn, the woman he would make his new queen.

But soon he tires of Anne and his wandering eye falls on Jane. Though she has feelings of affection for Henry, she cannot let herself be swept away by his attentions if she is to win not only his heart, but also the greatest prize of all—the Crown. ... Read more

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3-0 out of 5 stars A Cozy Read
If you like reading about the Tudor women, you might enjoy this one. I found this book to be absorbing but it's not the best book out there on Henry VIII's wives. I picked it up because I know next to nothing about Jane Seymour and thought it would be interesting to see what kind of woman captured Harry's heart after being married to Anne Boleyn (who is my favorite queen by the way). This book did a good job of capturing my imagination of what Jane Seymour would be like but to be honest with you, it wasn't all that great of a portrayal. I find Jane to be a bit tiresome, always in the shadows, playing the innocent and too sweet to be good. I know others disagree but there's no spunk in this queen.

This book was rather entertaining but not very informative. It was tedious in parts and redundant in others. I don't really care for Gardner's portrayal of Anne as she made her look so evil. The superstition that was bandied about Anne as being a witch that ensared the great king into marriage was also something that Jane believed in, which is disappointing for me to read. Then there was little mention of her brothers who rose to great powers in Henry's court and I am positive that they had everything to do with promoting Jane to becoming queen.

Another tedious part of this book is Jane's constant referral to herself as being so plain. For a virtuous woman, she sure was vain. However, I do like the part where she reunited Henry with his first two daughters. That part is believable.

This book is not my favorite among the many books written about the Tudor queens because while it was absorbing, it didn't bring me any closer to the main character. I finished the book knowing just a little bit more about the third queen than before. She definitely isn't my favorite queen.


5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent - And try this, too
I enjoyed this book so much and had a hard time putting it down.

Coincidentally, I had the CD "Linda Ronstadts Greatest Hits" playing in the background and found the parallel and on-target lyrics of her songs to be so amazing perfect with that book.

If they need a new smash for Broadway, a musical featuring these songs and this story would be just amazing (and the juxtaposition of the "southwestern" sound of Linda Ronstadt and old England in the age of Tudor is so deliciously fun.

Anne Boleyn singing "You're No Good"
Jane Seymour singing "Desperado" to Henry VIII - WOW!
Ensemble singing "Heat Wave"

5-0 out of 5 stars Plain Jane
The best book written about Jane Seymour.An excellent read.You will not be dissappointed.

5-0 out of 5 stars A great read!
This book provides background information on Jane Seymour. Info on Jane Seymour is sketchy, so I so not know how historically accurate the book is. However, it was very enjoyable.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent
This was another excellent book about the Tudor wives of Henry VIII.It was easy to read and really made me feel like I was there.I hope the author writes about the other wives.I read the others in the series for Queen Catherine of Argon and Anne Boylen.I would recommend this book for everyone ... Read more

7. Two at a Time: Having Twins: The Journey Through Pregnancy and Birth
by Jane Seymour, Pamela Patrick Novotny
Paperback: 224 Pages (2002-04-02)
list price: US$14.00 -- used & new: US$1.00
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Asin: 0671036785
Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars
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"One baby is a miracle. To be given two at once is a gift beyond words."

Two at a Time

If having a child is one of the most joyful -- yet at times maddening -- experiences in life, what's in store for you if you're pregnant with twins? Plenty! Let celebrated actress Jane Seymour and author Pam Novotny -- both mothers of twins -- use their firsthand knowledge to guide you along the road of twin pregnancy and newborn care. In this warm, insightful resource, full of sound advice and personal anecdotes, they'll tell you exactly what you can expect:

  • First trimester: why morning sickness is more prevalent in mothers of twins, and what you can do about it; tests you'll need to take; symptoms you may experience

  • Second trimester: detecting physical changes in your body; mood swings

  • Third trimester: the importance of paying attention to your contractions and keeping track of your blood pressure; why you may need full bed rest

  • Birth: will you have a cesarean or vaginal birth? What you need to do when labor begins

  • After the birth: the challenges of two as opposed to one; juggling your nursing and bonding schedules

  • Life at home: how to prepare for the arrival of two newcomers.

    Each chapter includes a handy checklist to keep you organized throughout your pregnancy, advice on keeping your spirits up, suggestions for dressing smart, and a note to dads from James Keach -- Jane's husband -- on how to be supportive and helpful.

    A straightforward yet comforting guide to all the overwhelming emotions and physical changes during those amazing months, Two at a Time is a double helping of invaluable advice that will make you fully appreciate the fortune of being twice blessed. ... Read more

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    2-0 out of 5 stars Not what I expected...
    When we found out that we were expecting twins, a friend with twins recommended this book to us. We found that the book was not very realistic for the every day person. Although the author's story was intersting to read about, we didn't find it at all helpful in preparing for our twins. For a more realistic look at life with twins, I would highly recommend 'Ready or not, here we come' by Elizabeth Lyons.

    1-0 out of 5 stars I had to give it one star because there was no option for zero...
    Okay this is my first Amazon review ever.You know how you read the reviews, and even if they're bad, you get the book anyhow?Try to give it a chance or whatever?Okay trust me on this one.DON'T DO IT.Right now, the book has a two-star average on Amazon--and I think that's generous at best.Not only does this woman have the special chaise lounge (as mentioned by another reviewer) that's carted EVERYWHERE for her, she also has breakfast (some fancy egg white omelet and extra crunchy hash browns) made for her every morning, maternity clothes crafted expressly to fit her body--and when she decides that the shower adjacent to her new nursery isn't gonna cut it, she has a bathtub put in instead.Huh?Oh and she suggests 24-hour baby nurse care and someone to come do your laundry twice a week.Beg your pardon?Can she suggest the lotto numbers, too?The limited medical advice can be found elsewhere, in other books with actual substance.

    1-0 out of 5 stars get a life, jane!
    As another reader put it, Jane will never know what it's REALLY like to have twins-most of us can't afford a baby nurse, let alone a nutritionist, personal trainer, chef, etc. She's unbelievable! Do not buy this book unless you want to be depressed.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Interesting But Not Helpful
    If you like Jane Seymour and want to know how rich and famous people have twins, buy this book.If you are looking for realistic and practical advice on twins, I'd check out "When You Are Expecting Twins, Triplets or Quads: A Complete Resource".Jane Seymour's book was entertaining but did not offer much practical advice for the rest of us.It is basically a narration of her pregnancy, down to the details of how she managed to work on a set while pregnant (she had a personal nurse).The book is entertaining if you are a fan.There are some interesting pictures of her with her twins.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Save Your Money
    Sorry Jane!I know she probably meant well, but let's face it, the majority of us do not have access to her style of living.If you're curious about how the more wealthy people live, go for it.If you're looking for more practical information, you can save money by buying "Multiple Blessings", packed with much more realistic advice and so much more helpful.I have to admit, I did get a good laugh (sarcastically speaking) out of the "can you believe in all our planning we forgot to put a bathtub in the babies bathroom.We immediately hired a contractor to put one in".If only I had that problem! ... Read more

  • 8. Guide to Romantic Living
    by Jane Seymour
     Paperback: 224 Pages (1988-11)
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    Asin: 0283997419
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    An archetypal romantic heroine passionately believes that life is richer and perception of the world greatly enhanced if we create romance for ourselves. She has written this guide to keeping romance in a relationship by use of romantic settings and meals, and giving others a sense of the romantic. ... Read more

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    4-0 out of 5 stars Part auto-biography - part romance guide
    There are a lot of antedotes of Jane Seymour's life in this book that emphasize the point she's trying to make on how to keep romance in your life.And this is not only for your significant other but for yourself and your children as well.Lots of tips on how to keep it fresh and new and some interesting insights into her life and work from the stories that she tells.Nothing really earthshaking but an enjoyable read.

    4-0 out of 5 stars A nice respite
    I read this beautiful book way back in 1986 when I had a new baby to nurse and rock and nothing to keep my mind occupied. This book was a great escape!
    She was an aristocratic Martha Stewart and I loved the idealism- I have retained a few things from this book like keeping flowers in my house and office- they are wonderfully cheering and much less expensive than Prozac!
    I recommend this book for it's aesthetics and it's ability to effectivly take one away from it all. ... Read more

    9. Baseball: The Early Years (Oxford Paperbacks) (Vol 1)
    by Harold Seymour, Dorothy Z. Seymour, Dorothy Jane Mills
    Paperback: 392 Pages (1989-07-13)
    list price: US$44.99 -- used & new: US$28.87
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    Asin: 0195059123
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    These two critically-acclaimed volumes mark the beginning of a monumental multi-volume study of baseball by the man whom Sports Illustrated has called "the Edward Gibbon of baseball history."Now available in paperback, Harold Seymour's The Early Years and The Golden Age together recount the true story of how baseball came into being and how it developed into a highly organized business and social institution.

    The first volume, The Early Years, traces the growth of baseball from the time of the first recorded ball game at Valley Forge during the revolution until the formation of the two present-day major leagues in 1903. By investigating previously unknown sources, Seymour uncovers the real story of how baseball evolved from a gentleman's amateur sport of "well-bred play followed by well-laden banquet tables" into a professional sport where big leagues operate under their own laws. Offering countless anecdotes and a wealth of new information, Seymour explodes many cherished myths, including the one which claims that Abner Doubleday "invented" baseball in 1839.He describes the influence of baseball on American business, manners, morals, social institutions, and even show business, as well as depicting the types of men who became the first professional ball players, club owners, and managers, including Spalding, McGraw, Comiskey, and Connie Mack.

    The second volume, The Golden Age, explores the glorious era when the game truly captured the American imagination, with such legendary figures as Babe Ruth and Ty Cobb in the spotlight. Beginning with the formation of the two major leagues in 1903, when baseball officially entered its "golden age" of popularity, Seymour examines the changes in the organization of professional baseball--from an unwieldy three-man commission to the strong one-man rule of Judge Kenesaw Mountain Landis. He depicts how the play on the field shifted from the low-scoring, pitcher-dominated game of the "dead ball" era before World War I to the higher scoring of the 1920's "lively ball" era, with emphasis on home runs, best exemplified by the exploits of Babe Ruth.

    Taken together, these volumes offer a serious and dramatic study of the game both on the field and in the business offices. ... Read more

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    4-0 out of 5 stars Great for anyone looking for the roots of the game!!!
    This book gives great details into baseballs past. The author takes time to descirbe the feelings of both the players and fans on the sideline. At some times the reader may find themselves lost in the baseball time line, but with a little bit of bak tracking and side notes you will find your place in time. I only wish the book went deeper into the player's lives, but the ideal is the establishment of the game. You will set this book down knowing the truth of the game and the men who made it the way it is today. Good Read!!!!!

    2-0 out of 5 stars Be forewarned - Not new, and a man's work
    My wife bought this book many years ago for me, and I enjoyed it. I saw there was a new edition out, so I bought it, but it's not updated or revised, it just has the author's ex-wife's name appended to it now.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Maybe this is what some people are looking for...
    ..., but it was not what I wanted to read.I love to read about baseball, and especially about 19th century baseball.However, this book deals more extensively with the management of the early leagues, and the development of the rules, administration, the problems of revolving, etc.I wanted to read about Ross Barnes, Deacon White, and the other great players of the era.I've seen the stats, but I am still looking for the book that will bring the National Associationplayers back to life.(Any suggestions?)

    Like I alluded to at the beginning, this may be just what you want to read.But if you are looking for a book about the players and what happened between the foul lines (and in the saloons), you might want to look somewhere else.(I much prefer David Nemec's "The Beer And Whisky League," on the narrower topic of the AA.)

    5-0 out of 5 stars The archetype for any publication about baseball history.
    Aside from the most comprehensive view of early baseball, Harold Seymour provides incredible insight as he takes the reader through every vital detail about the game's heritage. For a book written 40 years ago, it shows the author's masterful foresight of what baseball would, and did, become. Particularly compelling is how he shreds the Abner Doubleday myth before doing so was popular. His compilation and timeless analyses of baseball's sometimes painful adolescence gives the reader a solid baseline for understanding the difficulties that the sport is enduring today. It's fascinating proof that those who ignore history are condemned to repeat it. Anybody interested in baseball history will want to run right out and get his second volume, "The Golden Age" as soon as they finish this one ... Read more

    10. Jane Seymour (The 6 wives of Henry VIII)
    by Frances Clark
     Paperback: 208 Pages (1972-05-25)

    Isbn: 0722124147
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Jane Seymour (The 6 wives of Henry VIII) (View amazon detail page) ASIN: 0722124147 ... Read more

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    4-0 out of 5 stars A well told tale
    This novel is much above the common run of historical novels.It is written with sensitivity, a real gift of poetry in the words.I don't think much of the real protagonists which she was writing about, but Clarkmanages to create a moving story. ... Read more


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    12. Mistress Jane Seymour (Large Print)
    by Frances B. Clark
     Hardcover: 381 Pages (1973-11)
    list price: US$12.00
    Isbn: 0854566333
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    13. Coastal Living Magazine. May June 2004. Volume 8 Issue 4. (Simple summer style; look inside 7 beach homes; jane seymour at home in malibu; 25 seafood dives, 8)
    by coastal living
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    Asin: B003D7HFF0
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    14. Talk (This One and That One Block Books)
    by Jane Seymour, James Keach
     Hardcover: 20 Pages (1999-06-21)
    list price: US$3.99 -- used & new: US$3.99
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    Asin: 039923375X
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    Acclaimed actress Jane Seymour's real-life twins have inspired a series of playful books. Now twin kittens This One and That One bring their antics to a fun new format-chunky block books perfect for the very littlest hands. Each book features colorful artwork, simple words and easy concepts as This One and That One celebrate playing, talking, eating, and growing bigger. ... Read more

    15. Boing! No Bouncing on the Bed (This One and That One)
    by Jane Seymour, James Keach
    Hardcover: 32 Pages (2003-10-29)
    list price: US$12.99 -- used & new: US$1.99
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    Asin: 1932431063
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    It's a bit early in the morning for all that noise! What's up? Dad goes off to investigate. It's This One and That One bouncing on their beds.He tells them off. And again.Mom goes up to gently persuade them to stop. Silence! Bliss! But then the noise starts again. Big Jim pounds up to the bedroom only to find that Mom has joined in the fun! Mom and the kittens persuade him to have a go. Oh dear - he is much heavier than he thought! ... Read more

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    1-0 out of 5 stars Bad, Bad Book
    What an awfull book. It is difficult to read through the choppy dialogue.The plot doesn't make any sense.Jane Seymour seemed to have forgotten that kids aren't stupid and do have imaginations. Comparing this book to Dr. Seuss is laughable.As I was reading this book to my children, my youngest said it best, "Daddy, please! Why are you not stopping??"Steer away from this book.

    4-0 out of 5 stars REMINDS ME OF MY OWN KIDS!
    "Bounce on the sofa,
    Bounce on the chair,
    This One and That One,
    Bounce Everywhere!"

    Actress Jane Seymour and her husband, Actor James Keach, are among the latest celebrities to jump on the children's book bandwagon and are doing so very successfully.They've created a wonderful series of books in which their family of cats stand-in for their own family, allowing them to share their own experiences as parents and at the same time delighting children with the tales of their twin kittens, "This One and That One."

    "Boing! No Bouncing on the Bed" is certainly a tale that any person with young children can relate to experiencing.The twin kittens wake up in the morning, bouncing on their beds and having a great, old time.The game is moved to the parent's room, and Big Jim Cat and Lady Jane are soon awakened by the frenzied jumping of the twins.Time for breakfast as the action moves down stairs, and the bouncing game continues on Big Jim Cat's favorite chair and the sofa, much to his annoyance.Lady Jane finally takes a turn in trying to stop the bouncing when the kittens move back to the bed upstairs but Big Jim Cat is in for a surprise when he goes up to check on the kittens and Lady Jane.

    Very enjoyable effort although be prepared as it will soon have your little ones playing their own bouncing game.The book is beautifully illustrated by Geoffrey Planer with a colorful, cartoony style that appeals to children.The book is a 32 page, sturdy hardcover with dust jacket.It's always nice to find new, and outstanding books for kids and Jane Seymour and James Keach have created a grand new series for kids and parents.

    5-0 out of 5 stars My kids love all of "This One & That One" books!
    I think that Jane Seymour and James Keach have found a formula in children's books that has not been matched since the legendary Dr. Seuss.All of the books in their "This One & That One" series are adorable, and completely engaging to our children.I would highly recommend this for any parents wishing to encourage reading and thinking within their children.Great stuff!

    1-0 out of 5 stars Not very well written
    Jane Seymour is a very talented actress. Unfortunately, she isn't anywhere near as good at writing children's books. The text of this book is choppy and is simply awful when read aloud (the poor writing actually gets in the way of the storytelling). My kids do enjoy the illustrations, but they do not like having this story read aloud to them. ... Read more

    16. Splat! The Tale of a Colorful Cat This One 'n That One
    by Jane Seymour, James Keach
    Hardcover: 32 Pages (2003-10-29)
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    Asin: 1932431071
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Everyone in the house has gone out except Big Jim who is left in charge of his twin kittens - This One and That One. It's a bit early in the morning for Jim to function properly and he just can't organize activities for the kids. Eventually he lets the kittens do some painting - it seems like a good idea. He suggests that they paint him; but he makes the mistake of falling asleep in the chair. When Mom and the gang come home they find that This One and That One have done just what Dad suggested! ... Read more

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    4-0 out of 5 stars DAD STAYS HOME WITH THE TWINS!
    Actress Jane Seymour and her husband, Actor James Keach, are among the latest celebrities to jump on the children's book bandwagon and are doing so very successfully. They've created a wonderful series of books in which their family of cats stand-in for their own family, allowing them to share their own experiences as parents and at the same time delighting children with the tales of their twin kittens, "This One and That One."

    In "Splat" Dad AKA Big Jim Cat is home with the twins on a Sunday morning.He gets them dressed and fed but now comes the true test...keeping the two kittens entertained.Finally they decide that they will do some painting but cannot figure out what to paint.Dad finally suggests "paint me" and thus takes a nap in his chair, leaving the kids to come up with a masterpirce.Little did he know that when he suggested "paint me", the kids took it literally.Lady Jane cat comes home to find dad still asleep but now with a red face, blue nose, white paws, and brown stripes on his belly.

    Well I'd say "Splat" surely addresses the scene all parents have experienced at some point when kids are left unsupervised with paint, or markers, or crayons.How many of us haven't been shocked to find our walls or bathtubs with brand new artwork that wasn't there a few minutes ago.That's the charm of these books by Jane Seymor and James Keach.They take these real-life situations and make them delightfully amusing.Enjoyable!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Funny,cute, and entertaining
    I thought this book was so funny, so did my four year old. It shows how literal children really are. It is such a cute little story about dads and their children.It is a tale of "Cute, but, Clueless." You know how Dads are....they try hard and mean well...but sometimes just don't get it.

    My husband thought it was hilarious.I have her other book, and it is cute too.

    I read a prior review on here that gave it a poor rating because it lacked a plot and substance...All I have to say to that is... this is a young childrens book!Give me a break. Let them laugh and enjoy.

    They'll have the rest of their life to learn Shakespeare ,Dickens, etc.

    1-0 out of 5 stars This book stinks
    This book is terrible.Does Rosemary Wells demand to star on "Dr Quinn, Medicine Woman?"No.However, Jane Seymour decides she can write a children's book.The characters are completely thin, there's really no plot, and the entire book rests on one concept.It's tremendously boring, and not very well-written.Basically, it's a vanity project for someone famous, and a total waste of money.

    4-0 out of 5 stars This was a very entertaining book.
    The title Splat! The Tale of a Colorful Cat will grab anyone's attention. The story's plot and colorful pictures will keep it from beginning to end.The story starts out describing how the father cat is going to spend theday alone taking care of his twin kittens.In the rest of the story, theauthors describe the struggles that the father goes through during the day. Some examples: the father cat couldn't get the kittens dressed, made amess out of the kitchen, and ended up getting covered in paint by thekittens.This book shows kids between 4 and 8 believe that what moms anddads say is always true. Kids also take what parents or adults sayliterally. Authors Jane Seymour and James Keach show how kids takewhat parents say literally toward the end of the book, when the father cattells This One and That One (the twin kittens) to paint him, but not to getany paint on themselves or the floor.The two kittens literally end uppainting their dad from head to toe with bright colorful paints. Throughout the whole book, the authors refer to the two kittens with thenames This One and That One instead of real names. Seymour came up with theidea of calling the twin kittens This One and That One when she waspregnant with her twins.Seymour and her husband referred to their twinsas This One and That One before they were born.This grabs your attentionwhile reading the book, not only because it is odd, but also because ThisOne and That One are in bold print and stand out in the text throughout thewhole book.The font isn't the only thing that grabs your attention.Theillustrator, Geoffrey Planer, does a great job with using bright and boldcolors, which is a great way to keep the attention of children between theages of 4-8 while they read the story.There are also a lot of pictures oneach page that help the reader to better visualize what the story is tryingto get across.Overall, the illustrator does a terrific job of keeping achild interested in what might be in the next picture. This story is onethat children will love.The story's plot and colorful pictures will keeptheir interest from beginning to end.Kids will want to hear it over andover again just to get a chance to take a look at the colorful picturesthroughout the book. -Lindy Davison

    5-0 out of 5 stars An adorable story about two cats, who misunderstand things!
    Jane Seymour and James Keach have put their wonderful minds together and created a wonderful story for the people who are young at heart. I'm 14 and love this book!The illustrations are great, beautifully matched with thewords! Anyone young at heart, this is for you. ... Read more

    17. Palliative Care in Neurological Disease: A Team Approach
    by Judi Byrne, Penny Mcnamara, Jane Seymour, Pam Mcclinton
    Paperback: 158 Pages (2009-12-09)
    list price: US$45.00 -- used & new: US$37.04
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    Asin: 1846192935
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    The particular needs of people with progressive long-term neurological conditions - including Parkinson's Disease, Motor Neurone Disease (MND), Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and Huntington's disease - may make care delivery and planning the last stages of life ethically, practically and clinically challenging. However, only in recent years has serious attention been paid to palliative care approaches for people affected by conditions other than cancer. This unique and comprehensive book builds bridges between palliative and neurological care expertise, recognising that such people may require intensive input from rehabilitation and therapy teams at the same time as complex symptom management and supportive non clinical care. Its comprehensive guidance on managing these complex conditions aims to enable those living with them to enjoy the best quality of life for as long as possible. ... Read more

    18. A Woman's Work: Writing Baseball History With Harold Seymour
    by Dorothy Jane Mills
    Paperback: 256 Pages (2004-02-24)
    list price: US$35.00 -- used & new: US$35.00
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    Asin: 0786418486
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    From 1949 until 1990, Dorothy Jane Mills quietly contributed her research and writing to the first baseball histories ever written by a historian. The wife of historian Harold Seymour, she found herself increasingly involved with his books, as the couple presided over mountains of records on the game and worked to prepare his imposing manuscripts for press. But she received no official credit. It was after Dr. Seymour's passing that other researchers learned she was the unattributed co-author of much of his work. This important memoir reveals details of the author's partnership with baseball's most revered historian. Many new facts regarding Mills' role come to light. Mills, now recognized as the game's first woman historian, also explains how her work as a teacher, editor, novelist, children's author, and public speaker fit into her baseball work. The book contains numerous photographs from the author's personal collection, most of them in print for the first time as well as a foreword by Steve Gietschier of The Sporting News. ... Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars The Truth of A Life
    In "Writing A Woman's Life," author Carolyn G. Heilbrun chronicles the ways that women have been written out of their narratives. I still refer to that book for understanding and inspiration -- which is why Mills's book resonated so powerfully for me. When Mills determined to tell the truth of her unacknowledged collaboration with her much-lauded husband, baseball historian Harold Seymour, she did it in her own style: with meticulously documentation and lucid prose -- and while there's a notable lack of anger in her tone neither is there a glossing over or romanticizing of the way things were for a woman aspiring to write back in the late 1940s.

    5-0 out of 5 stars A Woman's Work is Never Done
    Dorothy Jane Mills proves that "a woman's work is never done,"having spent the majority of her life devoted to research and writing, and still continues to do so in her life today well into her 70s. However, it's not just any kind of research or writing that she's conducted, but an immersion into baseball history typically thought to be solely a man's area of interest, knowledge, and expertise.Dorothy gives a detailed account of her intense collaboration with her late husband Harold Seymour and the three books on baseball history published with him as the sole author. Dorothy outlines the development of her role as collaborator, which increased at the same time that her late husband's role decreased in the research and writing for all three books.A truly inspiring story to read that shatters stereotypes and provides a rolemodel for researchers and writers.....and not just of one gender. ... Read more

    19. Jane Austen
    by B.K. Seymour
     Hardcover: Pages (1982-02)
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    The life and work of the author of "Pride and Prejudice" and "Sense and Sensibility" written against the background of the England of her time.

    THIS TITLE IS CITED AND RECOMMENDED BY:Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature. ... Read more

    20. Quiet on Account of Dinosaur
    by Jane Thayer
    Paperback: 1 Pages (1988-10)
    list price: US$3.95 -- used & new: US$77.80
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    Asin: 0688082920
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    The dinosaur Mary Ann finds has trouble adjusting to the noise of the twentieth century. ... Read more

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    4-0 out of 5 stars What would YOU do if you found the last dinosaur?
    Mary Ann loves dinosaurs, so when she saw a suspicious tail-like thing sticking out of a cave, she needed to give it a couple of yanks.

    Ding, ding.

    And with this, "I have found a dinosaur!," the last one left in the world.

    And what would you do if you were a third grader?Why, you'd take it to school!And name it, Dandy!

    But Dandy is afraid of all the modern noises and commotion that didn't occur 60 million years ago.

    "So the children made a sign, which they put in front of school.It said, QUIET on account of dinosaur."

    This is a very cute book, of a great adventure, written by Jane Thayer and illustrated by Seymour Fleishman. ... Read more

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