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    Making Babies: the Sunday Times bestselling memoir of stumbling into motherhood

    £8.99
    Presents a funny record of the journey from early pregnancy to age two. Written in dispatches, typed with a sleeping baby in the room, the author has the rush of good news - full of the mess, the glory, and the raw shock of it all. She also bears a visceral and dreamlike witness to the first years of parenthood.
    ISBN: 9780099437628
    AuthorAnne Enright
    Pub Date04/08/2005
    BindingPaperback
    Pages208
    Availability: In Stock

    A SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER

    'An unadulterated delight...suffused with a sense of love and very, very funny' Maggie O'Farrell

    It's 2004 and Anne Enright, one of Ireland's most remarkable writers, has just had two babies: a girl and a boy.

    Making Babies, is the intimate, engaging, and very funny record of the journey from early pregnancy to age two. Written in dispatches, typed with a sleeping baby in the room, it has the rush of good news - full of the mess, the glory, and the raw shock of it all.

    An antidote to the high-minded, polemical 'How-to' baby manuals, Making Babies also bears a visceral and dreamlike witness to the first years of parenthood. Anne Enright wrote the truth of it as it happened, because, for these months and years, it is impossible for a woman to lie.

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    A SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER

    'An unadulterated delight...suffused with a sense of love and very, very funny' Maggie O'Farrell

    It's 2004 and Anne Enright, one of Ireland's most remarkable writers, has just had two babies: a girl and a boy.

    Making Babies, is the intimate, engaging, and very funny record of the journey from early pregnancy to age two. Written in dispatches, typed with a sleeping baby in the room, it has the rush of good news - full of the mess, the glory, and the raw shock of it all.

    An antidote to the high-minded, polemical 'How-to' baby manuals, Making Babies also bears a visceral and dreamlike witness to the first years of parenthood. Anne Enright wrote the truth of it as it happened, because, for these months and years, it is impossible for a woman to lie.