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50 Ways to Leave Your Mother
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50 Ways to Leave Your Mother

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by Chris Salditt, Mike Force (Illustrator)
 

Kids move out of their parents' homes all the time—it's a part of growing up. With a little common sense, planning and 50 Ways to Leave Your Mother, they can avoid many of the first-time moving mistakes made by the young, the unaware and the inexperienced. Learn solutions to living-on-your-own problems like

  • finding a place to rent that's not an

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Kids move out of their parents' homes all the time—it's a part of growing up. With a little common sense, planning and 50 Ways to Leave Your Mother, they can avoid many of the first-time moving mistakes made by the young, the unaware and the inexperienced. Learn solutions to living-on-your-own problems like

  • finding a place to rent that's not an "Animal House"
  • getting household furnishings for free
  • surviving moving day
  • eating cheaply and somewhat healthily
  • running out of toilet paper and other traumas

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780977817894
Publisher:
Mother Love Publishing Company
Publication date:
06/07/2006
Edition description:
MOTHER LOVE PUBLISHING CO.
Pages:
160
Product dimensions:
8.66(w) x 5.51(h) x (d)

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50 Ways to Leave Your Mother 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Not only is this a must-have book for any child contemplating the big move, but every adult who has made it to the stage of having a child who is ready to leave. You will pat yourself on the back and realize how far you have come! I had to laugh as Salditt reminds us of the importance of toilet paper and how NOT having toilet paper is a very bad thing! I'm not sure if I cried because of memories of some horrible roommates, or at the thought of my 'baby' out on his own. The illustrations are charming and this little gem of a book is filled with terrific checklists for you and the young adult that is making the big move. I can't wait Salditt's next volume.