"So there we are, a father and two sons in a household without role
models, males together in a home different from anything I'd known
an idyllic Lost Boys' world with a house full of children and as
few rules as possible."
When Simon Carr's wife Susie lost her battle to cancer, Carr was
left to raise his 5-year old son, Alexander, on his own. Soon
after, Hugo, his 11-year old son from a previous marriage comes to
live with them. Now, this motley crew of boys have to learn how to
be a family. Along the way, Carr reveals some illuminating truths
about parenting and the differences between mothers and fathers.
His messy household bears no similarity to the immaculate home his
wife kept; his response to mothers on the playground fretting about
his son's safety on the handlebars is, If he falls, at least he'll
know not to do it again. Emotionally honest and sharply witty,
Carr's story is at once heartbreaking and wonderfully
"From the Trade Paperback edition.""
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