The Quick Guide to Parenting

by Laura Quick

Humorous and Funny Books The Real World

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Insightful, tender and very, very funny, the images from the author's blog, The Daily Think, have become hugely popular, and the very best of them are collected together in this exquisite and hilarious gift book. The illustrations chronicle all manner of parenting fails and mishaps, plus a fair few sweet and poignant moments, and it will raise a giggle of recognition from beleaguered mums and dads everywhere. It's the perfect gift for a world-weary parent who's seen it all before, or a new one to let them know what they're in for! 

The Quick Guide to Parenting Synopsis

Since 2012, fashion illustrator Laura Quick has been sketching scenes from daily domestic life on her blog, The Daily Think.  All the bizarre moments and ridiculous conversations that are part of being a parent are here, from the day Laura's daughter tried to poke her finger into a dog's rear end to the enormous sense of relief when the school holidays are over. 

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ISBN: 9781910232835
Publication date: 08/09/2016
Publisher: Portico an imprint of Pavilion Books
Format: Hardback

Book Information

ISBN: 9781910232835
Publication date: 8th September 2016
Author: Laura Quick
Publisher: Portico an imprint of Pavilion Books
Format: Hardback
Pagination: 144 pages
Genres: Humour, The Real World,
Categories: Cartoons & comic strips, Advice on parenting, Drawing & drawings,

About Laura Quick

Laura Quick is a fashion illustrator whose work has featured in Vogue UK, Vogue Italia and Instyle, and has been illustrated alongside Tracey Emin's and Sarah Lucas's. Her blog The Daily Think, where she documents images from her everyday life, is very popular, gaining around 50 new followers per day. In late 2015, a series of her parenting illustrations appeared weekly in the Family section of the Guardian newspaper.

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