At a stage in life when mothers and daughters tend to drift apart, they can still meet on the same page once a month.The mother-daughter book club, born in the 1990s, has come of age in the 2000s as an opportunity for moms and preteen and teenage girls to bond over books.
Reading Each Other; in Book Clubs, Moms, Girls Are On Same Page
Club benefits go beyond the books."My daughter has these other mothers she knows in a context other than going to their house for pizza," said Connie Gavin of Whitefish Bay, who has been in a book club with her 17-year-old daughter, Catherine, for seven years."These are smart women and she respects and feels supported by them. We connect wit...