Moose: A Memoir

Moose: A Memoir
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Stephanie Klein was a student in eighth with a weight difficulty. There was a issue at school, where boys known as him “Moose”, and there was a issue at property, where his father recalled: “. Nobody likes fat girls” Right after a lot of frustrating sessions with a nutritionist identified as the fat doctor of Roslyn Heights, Long Island, Klein’s parents enrolled her for a summer at fat camp. Determined to return to school thin and well-liked, without having her “lard arms” and “ham folded,” Stephanie embarked on an unforgettable journey that forms longer than its body. He formed his life. With his signature humor and challenging provides a fascinating overview the author of the hugely common up and dirty, with a effective and beautifully stark portrait of adolescence as she is pregnant with twins, gave meaning to her physician sends Stephanie Klein reeling: “You want to gain fifty pounds.” Instantly, a youth filled with insecurity and embarrassment comes flooding back. Even if it is determined Moose: A Memoir

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