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Barbara Kline has been matching high-powered couples with ultra-competent nannies for more than two decades, and her tales run from the poignant to the utterly absurd. Read about the unsung heroines whose special commitment makes their work far more than a job. Nannies see babies take their first steps and hear their first words while Mom and Dad are halfway around the world trying to save it. Meet these wise, wonderful (and occasionally odd) surrogate mothers who keep Washington from spinning off its axis of global power. It’s “West Wing” crossed with “Supernanny.”
“For years, Barbara Kline has kept countless Washingtonian families’ homes, jobs, and sanity intact. Now, her extraordinary page-turner, White House Nannies, will keep you in stitches with countless nanny-capers from your nation’s capital. Enjoy the perils of the most powerful at their most pitiful as they confront the panoply of problems that plague working parents everywhere. Newsmakers, news breakers and masters of the universe are no match for the nanny network.”
–Mary Matalin, former White House Advisor