The number one Sunday Times bestseller, the book all parents are talking about- 'I will read parenting self-help books, including...French Children Don't Throw Food, in order to be better at looking after the children than Chloe' - Bridget Jones - Mad About the Boy
Pamela Druckerman is the author of the number one Sunday Times bestseller French Children Don't Throw Food (published in the US as Bringing Up Bebe), which has been translated into 27 languages. She is also a Contributing Opinion Writer for the New York Times. She lives in Paris with her English husband and their children.
Fascinating... gripping... extremely funny... A desperately needed
corrective to received wisdom about child-rearing and what having
children is supposed to do to a woman's sense of self. I loved it.
It made me want to move to Paris
*The Sunday Times*
Self-deprecating, witty, informative... But however much she admires "the easy, calm authority" French parents seem to posess, will Druckerman manage it herself? Her efforts to do so add a compelling narrative to this fascinating study of French parenting
Observant, dryly entertaining... In recounting how her three children went native, Druckerman is engagingly self-deprecating... This book is worth its price for the crucial information it reveals about how to win the sleep wars
Fascinating and enlightening... Druckerman's observations struck me as Eureka discoveries that could improve interaction between adults and children here
'I couldn't put it down! Smart, funny, provocative, and genuinely eye-opening.'
*Amy Chua, author of Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother*
Pamela Druckerman is a charming narrator... she has produced an important guide to staying calm, and if half of what she says about anglophone parents is true, her book should be dispensed on prescription
This witty book will leave you with a few tricks up your sleeve as you embrace the French culture
Well-written, funny and doesn't take itself too seriously
*Irish Sunday Independent*