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Newborn babies don't come with a detailed set of instructions. More's the pity. We know. But forget the tomes that present painstakingly compiled advice from professional parenting types. And saddle up, instead, for some irreverent advice that's straight from the horse's mouth. We'll level with you. You're probably not going to win any pro-parenting prizes after reading Parent Taming. But you'll have had a blast. And the only real truth about parenting? A happy parent = a happy kid. Parent Taming is a tot’s-eye comedy view of their early years. It's a gently subversive parenting manual; a how-to guide with a twist. Parent Taming doesn’t promise to make anyone’s experience of parenting any easier. But by offering the sideways perspective of a pint-sized degenerate, it does promise to inject a bit of fun into the lives of parents. Targeted squarely at the 1990’s generation, who are finally getting around to making babies, Parent Taming is the perfect gift for new and soon-to-be parents who haven’t – yet - lost their own mischievous streak. Parent Taming will not equip the new parent with the skills required to win pro-parenting prizes. But it will equip new parents with a source of material pretty much guaranteed to trigger a good giggle. And the only real truth about parenting? A happy parent = a happy kid.
|Author||STICKENBACHHER, Ryan James|
|Date Published||15 Oct 2013|
|Publisher||Carpet Bombing Culture (includes Pro-actif Communications)|