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Happy Families

by Janey Fraser

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0099580853, Paperback)

If it's not one thing it's another... Is there such a thing as a perfect family?
     Bobbie's at the end of her tether. Her children don't listen to a word she says and her husband is never home. Even worse, her mother is bringing a new boyfriend to visit: the notorious Dr Know, who dishes out hardline parental advice to the nation. Could Parenting Classes save Bobbie's bacon?

     Andy's family is so perfect that his wife has been asked to run a parenting class at the local school. But Pamela has been leading a secret life and suddenly he's left to look after their two teenage daughters. Surprisingly, they aren't quite as perfect as he thought.

     Vanessa hasn't seen her daughter for years. But one night, her six-year-old granddaughter is deposited on her doorstep. This time she's determined to get it right.

     Can they learn the secret of raising a perfect family?

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Bobbie's children never listen to a word she says. Even worse, her mother has a new boyfriend: the notorious child expert Dr Know, who dishes out hard-line advice to the nation. Could parenting classes control her kids - and save her marriage? Andy's wife is due to run a Perfect Parents course at the local school. But when she scarpers, he's left to look after their two teenage daughters - and face his own childhood demons. Vanessa has found love, second-time round. But one night, six-year-old Sunshine is deposited on her doorstep with a message from Vanessa's estranged daughter, 'Please look after her'. This time she's determined to get it right. Can Bobbie, Andy and Vanessa really learn the secret of raising a happy family?… (more)

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