When her daughter wins a coveted scholarship to the prestigious Metropolitan preschool, Laura thinks she’s struck the educational jackpot. Metropolitan is harder to get into than Harvard! She soon finds herself rubbing elbows with some of New York’s top moms: wealthy socialites, sultry film stars, and driven business tycoons. These women have it all—and they want more. They appreciate the value of a name-brand education, and they’ll do whatever it takes to make sure their kids get the very best. Now Laura must secure Anna’s future among New York’s top-drawer toddlers. Even if it means jumping into the sandbox with some highly competitive mommies and daddies who do not play well with others.
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Even though her daughter is in one of the most exclusive preschools in Manhattan, Laura is always conscious of their "scholarship" status among the other families. When a disturbing classroom incident ... Read full review
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