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Hurrah for Gin: A book for perfectly imperfect parents Hardcover – December 13, 2016
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Hilarious stick figure cartoons perfectly sum up the reality of motherhood... an amusingly frank account of life with young kids. What sets her apart is her wonderfully simple stick figure drawings which perfectly encapsulate the daily struggles of motherhood - with a large dollop of tongue-in-cheek humour.
Wickedly funny... sharply observed.
Wickedly funny... sharply observed.―Mail on Sunday
My new favourite book.
My new favourite book.―Katie Piper
Mother's brilliant cartoons show the reality of raising children that ALL parents will relate to... [Katie Kirby's] hilarious cartoons depicting the reality of parenting have turned her into something of a hero for frazzled parents.
Mother's brilliant cartoons show the reality of raising children that ALL parents will relate to... [Katie Kirby's] hilarious cartoons depicting the reality of parenting have turned her into something of a hero for frazzled parents.―Daily Mail
Her account of parenting is as wickedly funny as it is honest and brave, and the amazing stick figure illustrations some how say it all.
Her account of parenting is as wickedly funny as it is honest and brave, and the amazing stick figure illustrations some how say it all.―Motherland
Enjoying the illustrations and frankness of Katie Kirby
About the Author
My name is Katie and I live with my husband and two young sons by the sea In Brighton. I started blogging on a whim one night, probably under the influence of gin after a bad day. Through 'Hurrah For Gin' I try to give a real and humorous account of parenting young children - the happy, the sad, the good and the bad.
You can visit my site www.hurrahforgin.com, like me on facebook www.facebook.com/hurrahforgin and follow me on on twitter @hurrahforgin