Abby's son Thomas is one lucky kid. His mom makes him quilts from Muji handkerchiefs, gets his toys from Kid-O (she's designed for them, after all), and is preparing a library that will make sure he inherits her unfailing eye for great graphics. But she also knows a child can't live by design alone, and her summer reading shows she's taking this child-rearing gig by the horns. And since having kids makes a person more aware than ever of everything that can make you sick, Abby's also got a back log of the New York Times' Diagnosis columns she's anxious to get to as the summer sunshine turns her thoughts to melanoma...

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