The runaway New York Times bestseller that presentations American oldsters the secrets and techniques at the back of France’s amazingly smartly-behaved children, from the creator of There Are No Grown-ups. 

When American journalist Pamela Druckerman had a toddler in Paris, she did not aspire to grow to be a “French figure.” However she spotted that French children slept during the night time via or 3 months vintage. They ate braised leeks. They performed via themselves at the same time as their oldsters sipped espresso. And but French children had been nonetheless boisterous, curious, and artistic. Why? How?       

With a computing device stashed in her diaper bag, Druckerman got down to look at—and wound up sparking a countrywide debate on parenting. Researched over 3 years and written in her heat, humorous voice, Bringing Up Bébé is deeply sensible, charmingly advised, and destined to grow to be a vintage useful resource for American oldsters.