Don't Let Me Put You Off - Helen Brown
Stranded in a mock colonial house on a windswept subdivision, a young Helen Brown sometimes wonders if she's made the wrong choices. If she could turn back time, maybe she wouldn't have rushed into teenage marriage and motherhood. But the kitchen clock's stuck on midnight, and she's late for the school run. It'll be a good day if she can get through to bed time without appearing naked in the supermarket.Revised and extended from the original book, Helen's quirky insights are as fresh and funny as when they first appeared as newspaper columns.
Sit back and enjoy Helen Brown at her best."If you thought the first edition was funny, this one has son many laughs out loud moments you can't help but have a perpetual smile on your face." Maureen Reisterer, Rangiora, New Zealand."The struggles and joys are so relevant and relatable. My boyfriend threw his head back and laughed on several occasions," Chelsea Robbins, Melbourne, Australia."It is fabulous. Heaps of laughs, lovely insights, warm and great fun." Sir Roderick Deane, Wellington, New Zealand.