The mother's almanac

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Doubleday, Sep 24, 1975 - Family & Relationships - 288 pages
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Sure to help any mother make the most of the often chaotic, frequently frustrating, but generally joyous years from birth to the first grade, The Mother's Almanac covers the routines, problems, and crises of family life with good humor and good sense. "A lifeline for those moments when you're feeling faint".--Publishers Weekly.

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I used to read Margurite Kellys column in the newspaper back in the day. I bought the book as a gift for my young sisterinlaw so she can gleen advice from a smart commenscence heartwarming even funny source. But awesome information. Go for it! You wont regret it. Read full review

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