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Oberon Books, 2008 - Drama - 120 pages

Fresh, insightful and delivered with razor-sharp wit,Familyman confirms what many of us know only too well - parenting is messy!

Caesar Ramsay works hard for his family. But the news his son Nelson reveals, sends Caesar's seemingly ordinary life rapidly spinning out of his control!
Fast, furious and very funny,Familyman asks some vital questions for 21st-century parents, like:

- How do you learn to be a dad when yours left before you were two?
- How do you take on responsibility for a child before you're legally responsible for yourself?
- How do you teach your children respect in an age of liberal parenting?
- How do you raise happy, confident and successful children without throttling them before they reach eighteen?

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