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Title:
The pile of stuff at the bottom of the stairs
Author:
Hopkinson, Christina.
Personal Author:
Edition:
First U.S. edition.
Publication Information:
New York : Grand Central Pub., [2011]

©2011
Physical Description:
344 pages ; 24 cm
Summary:
"What do you hate most about the one you love? Mary Gilmour doesn't know whether it's his not quite reaching the laundry basket when he throws his dirty clothes at it (but doesn't ever walk over to finish the job) or the balled-up tissues he puts on the bedside table when he has a cold. Is it the way he never completely empties the dishwasher, leaving the 'difficult' items for her to put away, or the fact that she is responsible for all of the domestic tasks in the house because she's only working part-time? Mother to two young boys, Mary knows how to get them to behave the way she wants. Now she's designing the spousal equivalent of a star chart, and every little thing her husband does wrong will go on it. Though Mary knows you're supposed to reward the good behavior rather than punish the bad, the rules for those in middle age are different than the rules for those not even in middle school..."--Dust cover flap.
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780446573184
Format :
Book

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