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Mary McHugh, best-selling humor author, considers her new book a public service for women everywhere. With this delightful tongue-in-cheek guide for men who can win a case before the Supreme Court or run a conglomerate but who can't find the butter, Ms. McHugh provides a step-by-step guide for making breakfast, emptying the dishwasher, finding the clothes hamper and doing the laundry, along with an assortment of other domestic necessities. Aimed at busy women of all ages, this book will also make grown men laugh and might even be useful when they run out of underwear.
|Publisher:||Willow Creek Press, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||5.40(w) x 6.40(h) x 0.40(d)|
About the Author
Mary has published 26 books on subjects ranging from feminism to Crotchety Old Men. She worked for The New York Times for their special sections, including "Sophisticated Traveler" and "Fashions of the Times." Mary wrote for the "Arts and Leisure" and "Travel" sections for The Times, and her article, "Telling Jack" in the Hers column of the Sunday Times magazine was nominated for an award for best personal essay by the American Society of Journalists and Authors. Two of her articles for Family Circle have been nominated for awards by the American Society of Magazine Editors.