It’s back to a new school term for the kids. Their mums – Gemma and Becky – are breathing a huge sigh of relief and reaching for the gin bottle. Except for the fact that Becky appears to be accidentally a little bit pregnant…
But that’s not the first shock for the parents in the playground. Over the summer, part of their beloved Redcoats Primary has burned down. The school needs to raise thousands of pounds to stay open – and Gemma and Becky have been forced on to the fundraising committee (just to add to the millions of messages from their online parent groups).
In year that will see new babies (for Becky), new schools (for Sam) and a whole new business for Gemma, will they all keep their heads above water – and find that they’re #winningatlife?
Readers love Kathryn Wallace:
***** Utterly hysterical – NetGalley Reader
***** Brilliant… Funny, touching and modern… just amazing – NetGalley Reader
***** I have been a mum at the school gates and the observations in this book are spot on. I shall be recommending it to all the school mums I know – NetGalley Reader
**** A perfect read to snort with laughter over whilst lying in a bath with a glass of bubbles (if you can get the kids to stay out of the bathroom for long enough)! – NetGalley Reader
**** Kathryn Wallace has Absolutely Smashed It with this novel. I loved it and couldn’t put it down… had me properly laughing out loud several times – NetGalley Reader
**** This will make you giggle about life as a parent where we are all spinning plates of different sizes and at different speeds. I would recommend wholeheartedly to fellow friends who are also spinning their own plates! – NetGalley Reader
***** A hilariously, honest, open, recognisable and highly relatable story – NetGalley Reader
***** A light hearted but honest look at mummies, yummy mummies and can’t quite manage everything mummies – NetGalley Reader