Here's Looking at You, Kids: The Crowded Romance of Mom and Dad

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Prentice Hall Press, 1991 - Social Science - 207 pages
Comments on the vagaries of contemporary family life, discussing what to do when you start telling knock-knock jokes to the boss, telling children about their parent's first meeting, and other facts of life

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HERE'S LOOKING AT YOU, KIDS!: The Crowded Romance of Mom and Dad

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Humorist O'Neill (Daddy Cool, 1988, not reviewed) delivers an often hilarious, sometimes touching account of the trials and epiphanies of family life. The subtitle is misleading: most of these essays ... Read full review

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"Welcome to a world where apple juice is the nectar of the gods. Welcome to a slow dance of night-lights and snow pants. Welcome to what would be a look at family life through rose-colored glasses, if ... Read full review


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