The Modern Mother’s Handbook

The Modern Mother's Handbook
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New York, NY, June 12, 2017 Have a child headed back to school? Surprise international hit The Modern Mother’s Handbook, written by an anonymous New York City mother of two, has gone into its second printing. The how-to manual for moms, which so touched Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (Princess Kate), that she sent the author a thank you note, has been revised and expanded to include advice on how to deal with the endless decisions facing parents of grade school kids, middle-schoolers and young teens. In the age of smart phones and social media, bullying and respecting boundaries, Common Core Standards and fostering a child’s talents and interests, The Modern Mother’s Handbook offers simple, no-nonsense ideas and solutions for parents who want to raise happy, healthy, smart, disciplined and interesting children.

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Natalie Klein

Natalie Klein CEO and Co-Owner started with HMC in 2008, she has an insatiable appetite for celebrities and the world of entertainment. Married to a Hollywood agent, she is always mingling with actors. Natalie, oversees the everyday operations for Hot Moms Club and is currently the Editor In Chief. Natalie was a contributor to MOM and Pregnancy Magazine. Babble and OK! Magazine has been a frequent partner to the events Natalie has helped create. Her work has been featured on the WE Network’s series, ”Platinum Babies.” Natalie was a spokesperson for Gerber and has created hybrid mom and blogger outreach with brands such as American Greetings, POM WONDERFUL, Dreamworks, HASBRO, PLAYSKOOL, Sesame Street, Macys, Shutterfly, Cord Blood Registry, W Residents and the Plaza Hotel. She is on the Friends of Baby Buggy committee, a charitable organization that was founded by Jessica Seinfeld. Natalie has two young children, a son and daughter both under the age of 8, and a Havanese dog named Mookie Wilson.

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