When the new baby comes home, Tom is NOT impressed. Baby Florence is a 'podge' and Tom is much more interested in being an astronaut than a big brother. He does NOT want to help and he does NOT want to pass the bottom wipes - sometimes he even calls her 'poopoohead', though not out loud of course! But babies have a way of winning you over and, before long, even Tom comes to love that smile. Maybe being a big brother isn't so bad after all!
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India Knight's first novel, My Life on a Plate, was published to huge critical acclaim. Her second novel, Don't You Want Me, received similarly rave reviews. Her essential guide to shopping, The Shops, is part memoir/part guide. Her newest book, Neris and India's Idiot-proof Diet, has been a huge success. India also writes a column for the Sunday Times, alongside other newspapers and magazines. She lives in London E8 and is a mother of three.
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Book Description Puffin, 2007. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Jess Meserve (illustrator). book. Bookseller Inventory # M0141500271