Pamela Druckerman is the author of three books including Bringing Up Bebé: One American Mother Discovers the Wisdom of French Parenting. She’s also a contributing opinion writer at the International New York Times.

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What You Learn in Your 40s

If all goes according to plan, I’ll turn 44 soon after this column appears. So far in my adult life, I’ve never managed to grasp a decade’s main point until long after it was over. Read the entire article on The New York Times >

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Grandfather's Last Battle

NYT: My Grandfather’s Last Battle

About 95 years ago, my grandfather spent the night near here. I doubt he slept much. For starters, he was probably in a trench.

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If You’re ’Appy and You Know It

Recently my daughter’s teacher asked if I would talk about America to her second-grade class, in a French public school. The teacher does an hour of English each week, and I’d be the guest speaker.

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An American Neurotic in Paris

INYT: An American Neurotic In Paris

Thanksgiving prompts the question that expatriates everywhere face: Shouldn’t I be going home?

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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.

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Swedish Translation

Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs

The Swedish edition of Bringing Up Bébé hit bookstores on September 25th. You can find it here.

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