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Illustrating the tricks that can help you deal with the normal situations that your family will throw at you, this title offers tips on how to bribe siblings, how to prepare your parents for the first meeting with your 'artistic' boyfriend, and how to learn the secret of giving really good answers. ...more
Paperback, 158 pages
Published July 1st 2006 by Piccadilly,
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Kathryn Lamb lives “quietly” in Gillingham, Dorset, with her six children and five cats. She also has five grandchildren. She was born and brought up in the Middle East where her parents worked for the foreign office. Her father became British Ambassador to Kuwait where Kathryn took her A- levels. Then she won a scholarship to Oxford University where she studied English and drew cartoons for stude ...more

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