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For Johanna Stein, parenting has not been a tranquil process of mastery. She will never, for example, forget the seemingly endless moments on the plane when "people file past us, with varying looks of pity and horror but mostly relief that they are not sitting next to the kid screaming like a mongoose that's been stabbed with a rusty steak knife." Her collection of stories of her desperate attempts to calm her little Tasmanian Devil are guaranteed to provoke uncontrollable laughter.