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The Nanny Book: The Smart Parent's Guide to Hiring, Firing, and Every Sticky Situation in Between Paperback – March 15, 1999
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THE NANNY BOOK provides all the answers you need to solve the child-rearing dilemmas that keep you up past bedtime
Oh, to have had [this book] when I hired my nanny! I was clueless, conflicted, paranoid....Do we pay for Memorial Day? What do we do if she's late? If her perfume bothers us?
Now, all of our questions are answered in this wise, sensitive, addictively readable guide that promises to do for families with nannies, babysitters, and au pairs what WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN YOU'RE EXPECTING did for pregnant couples....In chapters from "Setting the Salary" to "Living with a Live In," the authors intersperse questions and answers-culled partly from interviews with caregivers, employers, and a myriad of insurance, immigration, legal, and other experts nationwide-with helpful anecdotes from parents and complaints and opinions from nannies (the mother overschedules the kid, there's never food in the fridge)....Working parents will want to make room on the Baby Bibles shelf. Right between the Leach and the Spock -- Mirabella, May 1999
About the Author
Susan Carlton is a freelance writer who lives in Cape Elizabeth, Maine, with her husband and two daughters. Currently a contributing editor for Mademoiselle, whe has written for a variety of magazines, including Parents, Parenting, Self and Mirabella.
Coco Myers is a freelance writer who lives in East Hampton, New York, with her husband and two sons. Currently a contributing writer for Elle, she has worked as editor and writer a number of magazines, including Mirabella, Allure, and Self.