Parenting is worth million awards. At least this is how we feel when the day is done, the children are in bed and we finally give out a sigh of relief as if one more milestone is passed. We all know by now that this is just an ordinary part of life – parenting. Haven’t you noticed, though, that most of the books about parents are written by ourselves and about ourselves?
Although, famous books tell stories of heartwarming and heartbreaking love, historic moments and incredible people. But what would the plots be if those books had been written about us, parents? Hope you read on, enjoy our little fantasies and have fun.
GONE WITH THE WIND. Mother’s obsessive fantasies about a natural force that magically cleans up the house for her.
ADVENTURES OF GULLIVER. Mother’s brave and risky journey through the room full of lego pieces.
1984… Novel about the days that a courageous mother has survived while living in one house with a teenager.
451 FAHRENHEIT. The record body temperature the Mother gets during her kid’s tantrum.
THE JUNGLE BOOK. The novel captures the reader immediately with a first cry of the Mother entering a room at the end of a play date.
THE SECRET GARDEN. What the mom once found in her own bag.
TREASURE ISLAND. Adventurous search for mother’s hidden sweets.
100 YEARS OF SOLITUDE. Internal dialogs and conflicts of a Mother about leaving her baby at the nursery for 3 hours for the first time.
THE GIRL WITH A DRAGON TATOO. A thrilling story of a Mother who attempts face painting her daughter with a butterfly for the first time.
THE TENDER IS THE NIGHT. Unrealized fantasies about a good night sleep of a mother during the first years of parenting.
A STUDY IN SCARLET. The terrifying novel of a child that was left alone in a room with acrylic paint. For 5 minutes.
WAR AND PEACE. One day of Life with a Toddler.
3 MEN IN A BOAT. Adventurous novel about 3 dads trying to solve a challenging puzzle for 5+.
CRIME & PUNISHMENT. Detective story about lost remote control, suspicions of a mother and final confession of a child for the sake of the relief of the whole family.
DA VINCI CODE. A dad doing a babysitting for the first time: the character is moving along the whole range of quizzes from feeding to dressing a diaper, looking for answers in an infinite loop of questions, like “What is she SO busy with when I am at the office?”.