We all have them, those unmet needs or wishes from our own childhood, the painful bits that creep in and affect how we parent.
A former president of the National Book Critics Circle, Kate Tuttle writes about books and authors for the Boston Globe. Her reviews and profiles have also appeared in the Los Angeles Times, New York Times, Washington Post, and Newsday. Her essays on childhood, race, and politics have appeared in Dame, Salon, the Rumpus, and elsewhere.
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