Every new mother has a story to tell a and this is Jane de la Rochefoucaultas. Itas a story that contains all the familiar yet magical landmarks of feeding, teething, toddling, and measuring stuff in and out of Tupperware. But, as an expat living in Paris, Jane also faces some challenges they never mention in the handbooks. Such as, how to juggle a new baby with the demands of an aristocratic husband, a competitive nursing circle, an artisan plumber, and a formidably French (and possibly law-breaking) mother-in-law... Swiftly plotted, linguistically playful and sparkling with wit, The Baby of Belleville will draw you into its unique imaginative universe and make you reluctant to leave.Which recounts such domestic adventures asthe installation of a country kitchen etc. and howSpecial K calls upon Jane to ... got splattered with pomodoro and we had a near-divorce experience, which we survived thanks to my stain removal skills. ... in Bourgogne gutted in favour of a new Italian design affair with lots of chrome plus a snowcone-maker and ice shaver, ... Thus, I am excited that Ia#39;ll soon have a full-out cucina with all functional amenities, counter space, plus a KitchenAidanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Baby Of Belleville|
|Publisher||:||Granta Books - 2011-07-07|