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Muddle Your Way Through Fatherhood

Muddle Your Way Through Fatherhood 4

by Paul Merrill
Publication Date: 05/08/2017
5/5 Rating 4 Reviews
RRP  $19.99 $17.75

This is the book dads across the world have been waiting for all their lives, whether they're on the verge of parenthood, or already knee-deep in kids

They just didn't know they were waiting.

Letting you in on the inside secrets that the 'real' parenting books don't dare tell you, this book will arm you with all the tips, cheats and excuses you're going to need to seem like a vaguely adequate father.

Find out..

 If you have chosen the right mother for your children

 Simple ways to avoid being assaulted during childbirth

Why babies shouldn't watch Schindler's List

 How to change a nappy in 17 easy stages

Coping strategies if your son becomes a nerd

The greatest lies to tell your kids

Whether it's possible to make your child less stupid

Tell-tale signs your teenager has become a terrorist

Using a series of scientifically questionable quizzes, flowcharts, checklists and celebrity advice, this award-worthy book will be quite possibly the most important thing you ever read, and will ensure that no one ever thinks you're a terrible father again.

Except possibly your kids, but they don't count.

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Paul Merrill

Paul Merrill is an award-winning editor, and the author of the books A Polar Bear Ate My head, Muddle Your Way Through Fatherhood and Muddle Your Way Through Being a Grandparent. A self-confessed trivia obsessive, he has spent years amassing an impressive collection of wholly useless facts.

He launched Zoo Weekly magazine in Australia and has appeared widely on TV and radio as a pundit and presenter. He has written for The Sydney Morning Herald, Rolling Stone, FHM and News Ltd titles and is currently Editor-in-Chief of Take 5 magazine. He lives in Sydney with his wife and three boys.

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  • Inspired and very funny!

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    Perfect for all dads, no matter how old. Page after page of sage observations and hilarious jokes. It successfully spoofs the parenting genre, but in doing so contains many pearls of wisdom. My wife also loved it.

  • Ideal for Father's Day

    by on

    For any dad who likes a good laugh and hates all the patronsing books for dads. The author unpicks what it is to be a parent and actually gives loads of really good advice that you won't hear anywhere else. I laughed a lot reading this and my wife even said she wished there was one for mums. I've bought a copy for my dad as it even has advice for adult fathers. It's the sort of book you should read before you become a dad as it'll arm you with loads of really useful tricks to makre the job a lot easier!

  • Ridiculously funny - great gift

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    I'm not even a dad but this book makes me laugh so much. Really funny and entertaining. I bought it as a gift and then bought myself one too!

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