From that first angelic role in the nativity play to that first playground love, from cut knees and scuffed shoes, school bullies and World Book Day costume design, life as a parent in the primary years is an emotional rollercoaster.
Amid the practical chaos of finding swimming goggles, making packed lunches, cleaning out the rabbit and refereeing sibling squabbles over screen time, many of us long for help – for a little wisdom to help us do the job well.
Here is that help. A brand-new edition brimming with sayings, cartoons and stories in bite-sized chapters to help navigate this challenging season of parenting and family life, and to reassure you that you’re not alone – someone else struggles with feeling judged, with knowing how long to ‘count to ten’ for, and someone else also accidentally killed Finny the class goldfish over half-term … (they’ll never know the difference)!
So put the kettle on, make a cup of tea, and if you forget everything else as a parent, remember this …
Author: Katharine Hill
Number of pages: 170