by Barbara Kline
Hardcover, 238 pages, Penguin Group USA, List Price: $23.95 |
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A head of a nanny placement agency that caters to a host of influential people in America's capital shares the often humorous experiences of women who have cared for the children of the Washington elite.
May 11, 2005 A new book by the head of a nanny agency sheds light on life at home of Washington's powerbrokers. Tales include the case of the nanny who kept losing the keys to the home of a Cabinet member.
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