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Freddie Mae Baxter's "The Seventh Child" is as much a guide to having a meaningful life as it is a personal story. This is the book to read and remember whenever you think or believe your life has little or no purpose.
Freddie Mae Baxter's "The Seventh Child" is as much a guide to having a meaningful life as it is a personal story. After reading and sharing it, she's even more of a truly fine lady, now in her 90s. As a great Harlem neighbor, like in "The Seventh Child," she provides deep and cheerful insights on the true meaning of life and living
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The Seventh Child book. This woman, Freddie Mae Baxter, reminds me so much of the elders who raised me or even just had a hand in my upbringing. The memoir is literally just segmented views of hers on everything from family, friends, love, etc and I found so much comfort and gratification reading her points. There's a universal lif I bought this gem of a book at a local bookstore that happened to be going out of business, and after sitting in my room for a year I decided to just knock it out and I am so thankful I did. Freddie Mae is as complex as she is irresistible. The seventh of eight children, she grew up in poverty at the height of Jim Crow. She picked cotton, worked in a factory, and raised the white sons and daughters of Manhattan's Upper East Side. She is a devout believer who disagrees with the Church and a fiscally responsible citizen with a weakness for Atlantic City. Heartwarming, vivid, illuminating, The Seventh Child celebrates the bounty of life's simple joys and introduces an American Soul to be cherished.
In The Seventh Child, Freddie Mae Baxter-75 years old, compassionate, hauntingly wise-tells her story and the story of the twentieth century in her own charming, unforgettable voice. Freddie Mae is as complex as she is irresistible
In The Seventh Child, Freddie Mae Baxter-75 years old, compassionate, hauntingly wise-tells her story and the story of the twentieth century in her own charming, unforgettable voice. She picked cotton, worked in a factory, and raised the white sons and daughters of Manhattans Upper East Side.
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Freddie Mae Baxter Liane speaks with Freddie Mae Baxter whose book of memoirs has just been published. In "The Seventh Child: A Lucky Life" (Knopf), Baxter, age 75, tells the story of her life growing up poor in a big family in segregated South Carolina and moving to New York City looking for work as a domestic.
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