How hard can it be? / Allison Pearson.
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|Alexander Main Library||F Pearson (Text)||34269001213058||Adult Fiction||Checked out||11/08/2018|
|Boone Trail Branch||F Pea (Text)||33630004568569||Adult Fiction||In transit||-|
|Canton Library||F Pearson (Text)||33115007644510||Adult New Fiction||Checked out||11/04/2018|
|Charles H. Stone Memorial Library||F PEARSON (Text)||40599001033573||Adult New Fiction||Checked out||10/31/2018|
|Clarkton Public Library||FIC PEA (Text)||30441100789593||Adult Fiction||Available||-|
|Clemmons Branch||FIC Pearson, Allison (Text)||0112521866771||Adult New Fiction||Checked out||10/16/2018|
|Clemmons Branch||FIC Pearson, Allison (Text)||0112522103683||Adult New Fiction||Checked out||11/10/2018|
|Cleveland County Main Library||F PEARSON (Text)||22281500137553||Adult Fiction||Available||-|
|Cliffdale Library||F PEARSON (Text)||31781065053439||Adult Fiction||On holds shelf||-|
|Cumberland Headquarters||F PEARSON (Text)||31781065053405||Adult Fiction||Available||-|
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- ISBN: 9781250086082
- ISBN: 1250086086
- Physical Description: 372 pages ; 25 cm
- Edition: First U.S. edition.
- Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 2018
- Copyright: ©2017
Sequel to: "I don't know how she does it : the life of Kate Reddy, working mother."
Kate Reddy had it all: a nice home, two adorable kids, a good husband. Then her kids became teenagers (read: monsters). Richard, her husband, quit his job, taking up bicycling and therapeutic counseling: drinking green potions, dressing head to toe in Lycra, and spending his time--and their money--on his own therapy...Companies aren't necessarily keen on hiring 49-year-old mothers, so Kate does what she must: knocks a few years off her age, hires a trainer, joins a Women Returners group, and prepares a new resume that has a shot at a literary prize for experimental fiction. When Kate manages to secure a job at the very hedge fund she founded, she finds herself in an impossible juggling act: proving herself (again) at work, dealing with teen drama, and trying to look after increasingly frail parents as the clock keeps ticking toward her 50th birthday.
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