Allison Pearson, an award-winning journalist and author, is a staff writer for the London "Daily Telegraph. "Her first novel, "I""Don't Know""How She Does It, "became an international bestseller and was translated into thirty-two languages. She is a patron of Camfed, a charity that supports the education of thousands of African girls. Pearson lives in Cambridge with her husband and their two children.
"Fast . . . funny . . . heartbreaking. . . . You root for Kate the whole length of her roller coaster ride." --"The New York Times Book Review ""The national anthem for working mothers." --Oprah Winfrey "A comic wonder: wildly hilarious, achingly sad, perfectly observed." --"The Miami Herald ""The book every working woman is likely to devour. . . . A hysterical look--in both the laughing and crying senses of the word--at the life of Supermom." --"The New York Times ""Think of Kate Reddy as Bridget Jones' older, harried, married working-mother-of-two sister. . . . Hilarious." --"Entertainment Weekly ""Perfectly captures the driven days and frequently sleep-deprived nights of that modern mammal, the working mother . . . with acute humor, piercing insight and more than a touch of tenderness." --"New York Daily News ""The definitive social comedy of working motherhood." --"The Washington Post"