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Fill your e-reader with this beautifully-illustrated book, filled with short stories about marriage, household pests, children, holidays, teenage driving, bedtime antics and many other matters of domesticity. Each story has a subtle message and is peppered with wit and plenty of laughter.
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 Mary Mary Quite: On Raising Children by Mary Huckstep
Mary Mary Quite: On Raising Children by Mary Huckstep
Jan. 9, 2015 - PRLog -- Mary and her hubby, old Hunk raised five kids, assorted grandkids, three dogs, two cats, various reptiles, rodents galore, a boatload of fish, and a Mexican tarantula named Mad Max. It was crazy. But their drug of choice has always been laughter. Enjoy the stories taken from their experiences.

Sneak Peek:
It has been a huge learning curve for me, to raise a strong-willed child. This mammoth assignment requires the battle tactics of a field marshal, the intimidation skills of an NFL linebacker, and the iron will of a prison warden. (All housed within a loving maternal heart, of course.)
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Let’s face it. Women have been stressing over their looks ever since the dawn of time, back when Eve grabbed that first fig leaf and Adam uttered those now-famous words, words which have reverberated throughout the corridors of time: “Honey, you look real good in green.”

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About the author:
A former AP English teacher and freelance writer, Mary Huckstep earned her MFA in Screenwriting from UCLA in 2004, then worked in development for a small production company with projects at Sony, Disney, Lifetime, and Hallmark Hall of Fame. While waiting to sell one of her own scripts, Mary decided to publish humorous anecdotes about family life – aka “domestic humor.” Thus, the MARY, MARY QUITE series was born. “On Raising Children (And Other Mind-Altering Substances)” is the first, in a series of three books. Visit her website at

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tags: Family Life, Parenting Humor, Humor, Funny Books, Motherhood Humor, Laugh Out Loud, Humorous


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