Who Knew Raising Kids in New York Could Be This Easy?

From playgrounds to preschools, strollers to sneakers, eateries to excursions-- everything a Manhattan Parent needs to know

Heidi Arthur, Nancy Errichetti Misshula, and Jane Pollock

St. Martin's Griffin

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"You're crazy to be raising kids in New York City!" If these words sound familiar, this book is for you.

Who Knew Raising Kids in New York Could Be This Easy? is the guidebook New York City parents will come to rely on. Chock full of relevant information, it covers all of parents' day-to-day issues-- from the most pressing, like who will care for your child when you can't, to the more mundane, like where you can get a good kiddy haircut without making your own hair stand on end. Who Knew is designed to share frank, firsthand, need-to-know information for parents of Manhattan tots. With this guidebook in hand, parents from Battery Park to Gracie Mansion will be cheering: "Who Knew Raising Kids in New York Could Be This Easy?"

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"This 'little' book is an indispensable guide for parents of New York City children."--Barry Stein, M.D.

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Heidi Arthur, Nancy Errichetti Misshula, and Jane Pollock

Heidi, Nancy, and Jane have lived uptown and downtown, East and West, and explored everywhere in between.

Heidi Arthur
Nancy E. Misshula
Jane Pollock

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Who Knew Raising Kids in New York Could Be This Easy?
From playgrounds to preschools, strollers to sneakers, eateries to excursions-- everything a Manhattan Parent needs to know
Heidi Arthur, Nancy Errichetti Misshula, and Jane Pollock

Trade Paperback

Trade Paperback
St. Martin's Press
St. Martin's Griffin
March 1998
Trade Paperback
ISBN: 9780312182229
ISBN10: 0312182228
5 1/4 x 8 1/4 inches, 216 pages, Includes black-and-white illustrations throughout
$17.99
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