THREE MARTINI PLAYDATE
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The Baltimore Sun "For parents, this book is the ticket off the child-centric hamster wheel."
CBS Evening News - Sandra Tsing Loh quotes Three Martini Playdate in her commentary
The Charlotte Observer "Mellor serves up a chuckle-filled read on having children. The wee book is packed with tips, opinions, recipes and retro illustrations all aimed at pointing out just how outrageous some parents can be. "
Chicago Sun-Times "...here's what all the cool moms will be reading today..."
Contra Costa Times "We love this book."
Literary Mama "I found this book so funny and engaging that when my newest baby was but a week old, I stayed up to read it after the 2 a.m. feeding even though the baby had fallen asleep."
London Times - Sunday Times Books - What Lisa Hilton has on her bedside table.
Metro Pulse Online Magazine "I cant resist taking this opportunity to raise a chilled martini glass to Mellors tongue-in-cheek tome..."
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "The book isn't just for laughs. You'll actually learn something from 'Fiscal Planning and Your Tooth Fairy.'"
Montreal Gazette "...wickedly funny but ultimately sensible new guide to practical parenting..."
Newsweek "A witty guide to parenting... recommends that children be given back their childhood."
New York Best Bets
Parents' Press "...Mellor dispenses sensible advice with insouciant charm.
Phoenix Tribune "...shes here to say that theres nothing wrong, or bad, with letting the kids lay on the rug and just be."
People Magazine "Two tongue-in-cheeky paperbacks... offer brave new concepts for taking the drudgery out of child care."
Playboy "...packed with real advice on how to get a kid to shut up, go to sleep or rub your feet."
Publishers Weekly "...the author lays out a plan for parents to enjoy themselves and not be slaves to their children..."
Sunday Mail (from Australia) - Christie interviewed down under
Us What celebs give their new-parent friends
Verve Magazine "Have a girlfriend who's losing her freaking mind with a toddler?"