Babies Don't Suck

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Pan Macmillan Australia, 2014 - Father and infant - 38 pages
It only has 498 words. It has lots of pictures that explain things like, why parenting can feel like climbing a rock face with a 1000 kg-load strapped to your back. It mentions sore nipples, but doesn't dwell on them. It shows you what to do if your toddler throws a hairdryer into the bath. It knows that you really love your kid, even though you NEED to stop talking about organic carrots, car seats and baby poo. Beautifully illustrated, funny and furiously fast to read, this is perfect gift to help new dads rise above the tidal wave of early fatherhood.

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About the author (2014)

Aaron Blabey is best known for his well-loved children's picture books for which he has won many awards including a Children's Book Council of Australia Book of the Year Award and a NSW Premier's Literary Award for Children's Literature. He's also been the National Literacy Ambassador. He spent 13 years as an actor appearing in numerous plays, TV shows and films. He was regularly cast opposite proper actors like Hugh Jackman, Jacki Weaver, Guy Pearce, Bryan Brown, Joel Edgerton and Ben Mendelsohn. He lives in a beautiful town in the Blue Mountains with his preposterously short wife and their two gorgeous boys. This is his first book for adults.

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