Shakespeare’s Guide to Parenting, a new book by James Andrews

Shakespeare's Guide to ParentingParenting Tips from William Shakespeare? Why not! In this witty new book from James Andrews, you’ll find all the advice you need for any parenting dilemma. The handy collection draws solutions from Shakespeare’s most beloved works, from Hamlet to King Lear to Much Ado About Nothing to the Sonnets, extracting lines that hilariously illustrate the answer to any parenting problem. After all, he did have three children of his own. For example…

Your thirsty toddler wakes you up at 3AM. Shakespeare describes your thoughts perfectly:

“What cursed foot wanders this way tonight?” –Romeo and Juliet

Your son throws a booze party, crashes the car, or commits some other vaguely humiliating infraction or minor illegal act. Shakespeare feels your pain:

“Good wombs have borne bad sons.” –The Tempest

Organized by periods from newborn nightmares to teenage trials, Shakespeare’s Guide to Parenting is a must for every literary parent or parent-to-be. If you want the last word with your kids, nothing beats a quote from Shakespeare.

Available by pre-order now. On sale November 10, 2015.

SHAKESPEARE’S GUIDE TO PARENTING
by James Andrews
On Sale: November 10, 2015
ISBN: 9780062442512
ISBN 10: 0062442511
Dey Street Books, An Imprint of HarperCollins
Hardcover or E-book
List Price: 19.99/9.99
160 Pages
Click Here to purchase

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Karen Zumsteg
    Sep 16, 2015 @ 20:25:53

    I don’t even have kids, but this looks delightful!

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  2. Jennifer Christie
    Sep 30, 2015 @ 15:05:57

    It’s really funny – and clever, According to Amazon.com is is being released in the US in November of this year.

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