Saturday, January 10, 2015

Mary Mary Quite: On Raising Children (and other mind-altering substances)

By Mary Huckstep

When you raise five children, you are certain to have any number of hilarious stories and words of wisdom to impart to other harried mothers desperately seeking promises of victory - or at least a full night's sleep at the end of the long road we know as "childhood." In her book, Mary Mary Quite, author Mary Huckstep promises just that.

This book is a compilation of short stories and tales of motherhood and beyond. Most of the are amusing and perfect to provide a few moments of entertainment in an otherwise busy world. This reviewer would not, however, recommend sitting down and reading book in its entirety, for fear that one would lost interest midway.

Well written and beautifully illustrated, this book would make a nice gift for any mother - young or not so young.

This book was provided for review by the author.
The review was submitted by Kristin  - Kristin is a wife, homeschooling mom and the founder of The Book Trotter.  She wrote her first review over 20 years ago and has been reading and loving books ever since.

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