The eighty-year-old sorority girls / Robin Benoit.
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- ISBN: 9781612545516
- Physical Description: 332 pages ; 24 cm
- Publisher: Dallas, TX ; Brown Books Publishing Group, 
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|Subject:||Older women > Fiction.
College sorority members > Fiction.
Alzheimer's disease > Patients > Fiction.
Female friendship > Fiction.
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|245||1||4.||‡aThe eighty-year-old sorority girls / ‡cRobin Benoit.|
|246||3||.||‡a80-year-old sorority girls|
|264||1.||‡aDallas, TX ; ‡aNew York, NY : ‡bBrown Books Publishing Group, ‡c|
|300||.||‡a332 pages ; ‡c24 cm|
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|520||.||‡a"As a group of eighty-something girlfriends deals with the mental decline of their sorority sister, they reconnect with their college sorority, advise their grandchildren, find new lives for themselves, and continue to show up for each other. Vivian, nicknamed "Button," is an Alzheimer's patient who adores her sorority group. Helen rediscovers love at age eighty-one, Ida's crazy side comes out during football season, and Laney is the "big sister" in charge of baking for the group. These three women consistently show up for Vivian as her mental health deteriorates--because that is what sisters do. As they discover a new way of life, they find they would rather take "the road less traveled," just as they did in their college days"-- ‡cPublisher marketing.|
|650||0.||‡aOlder women ‡vFiction. ‡0(COOL)218652|
|650||0.||‡aCollege sorority members ‡vFiction.|
|650||0.||‡aAlzheimer's disease ‡xPatients ‡vFiction. ‡0(COOL)223529|
|650||0.||‡aFemale friendship ‡vFiction. ‡0(COOL)216902|
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