Dad Rules: How My Children Taught Me To Be a Good Parent
'I love, love, LOVED this book . . . you will laugh out loud even if you don't have children of your own . . . gives traditional 'parenting' books the finger . . . an outrageous and irreverent adventure' News of the World
'She says- 'Darling let's have children'. I know this is a historic moment. I must respond like a man. So I ignore her. I don't understand pregnancy. I don't understand how two cells becomes four cells which becomes someone who wipes jam on the CDs . . . '
Andrew Clover, the much-loved Sunday Timescolumnist, tells stories about everything he's learned about childcare. Starting at the beginning, by explaining why men are so terrified of breeding, he examines every worry a parent is likely to face- How can I make them sleep? How do I choose a good school? Will I ever have sex again? Wise and candid, this is the most truthful parenting guide of all time. It's also, by a distance, the funniest and most inspiring.
'A hilarious and heart-warming insight into the way men think' OK!
'A fine, witty and unexpectedly moving memoir about fatherhood' Metro
'He's the Hunter S. Thompson of parenting. In other words, he gets it about right' Rachel Johnson
'Erudite, beautifully observed, and really rather touching. Just buy the book'Scotsman