New self-help ebook “Mother Wit” live.
In a fascinating book, Mother Wit, Irma Mae Rodgers Walker offers solutions to family units experiencing problems. Her timeless and proven methods of successful family development and cohesiveness captivates the reader and moves the heart.
William Trest Jr. Author
Reverse Guilty Plea and The New Populist Party
Mother Wit is filled with sage advice that is practical and timeless. It can be used as a conversation starter for anyone wanting to discuss life lessons, from the younger generation seeking advice to the older generation sharing advice. You will enjoy the bits and bites this book has to offer.
Lynette Stafford, Radio Personality
The Magical Storybook Lady, Greenville, MS
Mother Wit by Irma Mae Rodgers is a quick and enjoyable read. It’s food for the soul – chock full of bible-based nutrients for a strong marriage and thriving family unit.
Heaven Can You Hear Me and No Condemnation
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Irma Mae Rodgers Walker is the author of It Starts with the Parents. Mother Wit is an extension of Walker’s first work. She was born on a Plantation in Sharkey County in the Mississippi Delta; she grew up in the 1950s and 1960s with her 14 siblings and a single mother in the City of Jackson, Mississippi. Walker, a family confidant, and an unlicensed counselor is an amazing mother, a loving grandmother, and a good neighbor.
Irma Mae Rodgers Walker, a family matriarch, is a talented and optimistic unlicensed counselor. Walker offers readers advice about teenage pregnancy, parenting, marriage, relationships, and happiness based on her life lived experiences.
Walker’s parents Woodrow and Lucille Rogers migrated from rural Mississippi to the city when Irma was a baby. Though Mr. Woodrow had a fulltime job as a custodian at the VA Hospital, the family was poor and marginalized. Walker’s parents split up when she was very young; she and her 14 siblings were raised by a single mother in Jackson, Mississippi. To her credit, Ms. Lucille instilled pride, honesty, and religion in her children.
The Rodgers learned how to make lemonade from the lemons in their lives. The children improvised to produce entertainment and laughter. If other girls in the neighborhood had paper dolls, Irma and her sisters studied the design and made imitations. Her brothers gathered scraps and made go-cars and swings.
By 1972 Irma became a teenager mother. Irma’s parents and family were disappointed. They envisioned Irma being the first in their family to attend college which they saw as a path to advance in society. Life was not a bed of beautiful roses; but Walker found her way and has inspired others.
Mother Wit is a testament of the value of a mother’s astute faculties. Ms. Walker is wise. Read her book.
By Meredith Coleman McGee
Publisher, Acquisition Editor, Author