THE CARE AND FEEDING OF PARENTS by William Hall

THE CARE AND FEEDING OF PARENTS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The idea funny expanded into not too funny book form, as a father of three contributes a primer for problem children which will help them successfully to stimulate parental embarrassment and exasperation. From the infant's arrival home, this will enable him to terrify and bewilder his parents, dominate all situations as the author lists various attention getting schemes,- misusing equipment, mowing down visitors, foiling toilet training and so on,- programs to discomfort all concerned. A variant on the mother gift which some people may find passably amusing.

Pub Date: June 17th, 1947
Publisher: Crowell