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Family matters : laughter and wisdom from the home front

by Pat McDermott

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2014 marks the 30 year anniversary of the start of Pat McDermott's much-loved Family Matters column on the last page of the Australian Women's Weekly. Her hilarious observations on her own family (five kids!), her long-suffering husband, MOTH (Man of the House), an endless succession of beloved and badly behaved pets and just about every situation a couple or family can find themselves in have kept the Weekly's readers amused and entertained every month since 1984. Now, these generations of readers can relive their favourite Family Matters moments as well as introduce them to other readers in this warm, charming and hilarious collection from one of Australia's most loved mothers and chroniclers of family life.… (more)

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