by Pamela Druckerman
Pamela Druckerman is an American journalist and mother of three who lives in Paris.
February 12, 2012 After American Pamela Druckerman had a daughter in France, she uncovered a surprising aspect of French life. Wherever she looked, the French seemed to be able to make their kids behave better than American children. Host Rachel Martin talks with Druckerman, whose new book is called Bringing Up Bebe.
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February 1, 2012 Raising her children in Paris, American journalist Pamela Druckerman discovered that the French have mastered the art of child-rearing — or at least they have mastered the art of smoothly assimilating children into adult routines and reducing the stress of parenting.
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August 27, 2007 Pamela Druckerman's book Lust in Translation examines infidelity around the world. She finds that Americans tend to take a much harder line against marital infidelity than the people of many other nations.
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