Written by the author of, and in the same style as, "How Not to be a Perfect Mother" this book looks at the age range of three to eight years old. The author examines the practical aspects of child development and probable experiences in a humorous manner to demonstrate that all parents experience the same feelings of wonderment at their child's progress and development. The problems of playgroup days, school beginnings, corrosive mum competitiveness, impossible questions, rude words and early friendships are just some of the experiences cited.
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Praise for More Lives Than One:
'An idiosyncratic blend of her journalistic voice ... With the skills of a writer who understands the proper balance in a novel between issue and narrative. ... This is her best novel ... [and] will find an answering echo in many readers'( Elizabeth Buchan, The Times)
There is no such thing as a perfect child!
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Book Description HARPERCOLLINS, 1991. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 6375987