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INYT: An American Neurotic In Paris
Thanksgiving prompts the question that expatriates everywhere face: Shouldn’t I be going home?
INYT: America’s Latest Foreign Adventure
When people ask what I’m working on these days, I tell them about my new book, “How French People Take Out the Garbage.” It’s all about the elegant, common-sense Gallic approach to trash, which I, of course, refer to as les poubelles.
INYT: Catching Up With France on Day Care
Government day care? Quelle idée! But the French have the right idea.
An Opinionator in Paris
Pamela is now a Contributing Opinion Writer for the International New York Times.
Bringing Up Bébé in German
Warum französische Kinder keine Nervensägen sind makes Der Spiegel’s bestseller list!
http://www.amazon.de/Warum-französische-Kinder-Nervensägen-Erziehungsgeheimnisse/dp/3442392454/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1379937098&sr=8-1&keywords=pamela+druckermanWarum französische Kinder keine Nervensägen sind
Pamela at TEDx Paris
Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs
The Swedish edition of Bringing Up Bébé hit bookstores on September 25th.
Bébé, the sequel
In response to an outpouring of letters from readers of Bringing Up Bébé, I’ve distilled what I hope are the smartest and most salient ideas from French parents and experts into a new book, Bébé Day by Day: 100 Keys to French Parenting (and the British edition of the same book, French Parents Don’t Give In: 100 Parenting Tips from Paris). In addition to parenting ideas and inspiration, the book contains recipes from Parisian day cares (they’re delicious for grown-ups too) and illustrations by the fabulous Margaux Motin.
One Book, Two Titles
Bébé Made in France
The French translation of Bringing Up Bébé/French Children Don’t Throw Food has been published by Flammarion, with a preface by Elisabeth Badinter. It’s called Bébé Made In France: quels sont les secrets de notre éducation? Here’s where I talk about it on French television.