No Tattoos Before You're Thirty

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Penguin Group Australia, Jul 3, 2006 - Family & Relationships - 128 pages
3 Reviews

'You won't find a singsong entry in this book that says, 'Magic happens' or 'Climb a tree with a child.' There are no pictures of cuddly animals . . . It's the stuff I wish somebody, anybody, had told me twenty years ago.'

No tattoos before you're thirty is a collection of witty, modern truths aimed more towards the realities of everyday life than the value of eating your greens. It's fun, irreverent and crammed with insight into contemporary life.

Visit Sam's blog, All Men are Liars at theage.com.au

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Review: No Tattoos Before You're Thirty: What I'll Tell My Children

User Review  - Daniel - Goodreads

Great Quotes and interesting facts, I recommend to Everyone who has children or even for them self. Read full review

Review: No Tattoos Before You're Thirty: What I'll Tell My Children

User Review  - Darrin - Goodreads

Not yet available in the United States, I will be one of the first on hand to purchase this delightful tome upon its North American release. As a loyal reader of Sam de Brito's All Men Are Liars blog this book is one I've been eagerly anticipating since the inception of the blog. Read full review

About the author (2006)

Sam de Brito has spent more than a decade writing for newspapers, film and TV including the series Water Rats, White Collar Blue and Stingers.  His popular Sydney Morning Herald and Melbourne Age blog, 'All Men Are Liars', expounds on the business of being a bloke, while his bestselling first book, No Tattoos Before You're Thirty, offers advice to his unborn children.  De Brito's first novel The Lost Boys was published in April 2008.

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