Tales from Swankville is a collection of humorous and poignant essays inspired by the authors’ own experiences as mothers in suburbia where parents are blurring the lines between encouragement and competitiveness, assertiveness and aggression, common sense and a sense of entitlement. From the classroom to the soccer field; the dance studio to the beautifully tree-lined street, no arena is left unscathed by parents behaving badly. Life in Swankville is a fairy-tale . . . gone a bit askew!
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