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Over her lifetime, Naomi Judd has experienced single motherhood, country music stardom, a devastating illness and the joys of family and friends. In a new "self-help" book she shares the lessons she’s learned through all these ups and downs.
- Naomi Judd Author, "Naomi's Breakthrough Guide" (Simon and Schuster). She's also a successful recording artist and currently is a judge on "Star Search."
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