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I Don't Know How She Does It by Allison Pearson
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Sep 08, 2009

bookshelves: 11th-grade

This novel is about the life of a working mother's hard life and the mind set of her always to keep on working. Along the way, we meet her nanny (who she has helplessly dependent relationship with), her children (who always need their mommy), her husband, her best friends (who she never sees but emails as their relationship), her assistant and some of her obnoxious co-workers. This book is about how a working mother does so much but still operates. This book was cleverly amusing to read because it reminded me of my own mother. This book symbolizes the characteristics of all working women. So who ever wants to see how much one girl can do, read this. It is very interesting and a good read.

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