"Bringing up my baby is by far the toughest job I have ever done. But even though the effort feels enormous at times, the rewards truly make it all worthwhile. Every week just keeps getting better! I wish you all the best and hope you enjoy every moment spent getting to know your baby. It is a very special job." Every new mom and dad experiences the joys-and challenges-of being a parent. And while they realize that all parents must endure the endless nights, countless feedings, and never-ending diaper changes, becoming a mom or dad still can be a formidable task. "Good Luck! Inspiring Thoughts for New Parents" is just the answer for those "How will I ever succeed?" moments. "Good Luck!" excels as the kind of gift book that wraps an arm around expectant or tired parents' shoulders and tells them everything will turn out fine. The adorable baby photos alone will put a smile on anyone's face. Author Jenny Clements's advice is heavy with wisdom but light in its delivery. Jittery mothers, expectant fathers, and vacant-eyed parents just back from the maternity wing will be drawn to this delightful volume. "Good Luck!" is a perfect combination of whimsical and alluring photography matched with universal truths that express the essence of good parenting. This book is all about bolstering confidence, supporting inner strengths, and inspiring parents to appreciate the magic of their baby experience.
Buy Good Luck! book by Jenny Clements from Australia's Online Bookstore, Boomerang Books.
(185mm x 194mm x 13mm)
Andrews McMeel Publishing
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Author Biography - Jenny Clements
Jenny Clements is a full-time latte drinker, partner to Simon, and mother to Abe and Samuel. She studied life drawing, then worked as marketing manager at a large architectural firm before having Abe and turning her creative talent to books. She has lived in England, Israel, and Italy, and she currently lives in Auckland, N.Z. "Mandela: The Authorized Portrait" was created by a team of award-winning writers, photographers, and researchers in collaboration with Mandela's closest living comrades from Robben Island, Mac Maharaj and Ahmed Kathrada. Among the narrative contributors are biographer Mike Nichol and three interviewers personally selected by Nelson Mandela: Ros Coward, Professor Tim Couzens, and Amina Frense.