Summary

Everybody needs friends, even moms, but what if your mom doesn't want to be your friend? One mom has a terrific reason why she isn't a friend in I'm Not Your Friend, Mommy! A charming story of how the love of a mother goes beyond friendship to raise a child in the way that he should go, author Toshiba Smith shares this wonderful story of biblical motherhood. Toshiba has been a behind-the-scenes servant of God as a writer and editor within several publication ministries. Toshiba and her husband, Jarone, currently reside in Greenville, North Carolina, with their children, Jakez, Jarion, and Autumn.
©2010 Toshiba Austin-Smith (P)2010 Tate
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1 out of 5 stars
By Alexandra on 30-08-17

Horrible audiobook. Would give 0 stars if possible

Religious content which is not mentioned in the synopsis. Apparently God does not want mothers to be their kids friend and they wouldn't do their job right if they were. Parental concepts are up to parents and some might agree with this but to bring God into it is in my opinion wrong. Mortified of this rubbish and will ask for my money back.

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