They don’t know how to par­ent

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re­leased ear­lier in the year and has al­ready sold more than 100,000 00 copies. While Carr Car­rGregg says Prince Boof­head­oof­head is a provoca­tive ti­tle, it iss in­tended to raise aware­ness and get peo­ple talk­ing about this veryry real sub­ur­ban prob­lem. He hopes the book will serve as a prac­ti­cal guide for par­ents fac­ing thee dif­fi­cult side of rais­ing teenage boys.oys.

“This book is not about la­belling an en­tire gen­er­a­tion and I’m re­ly­ing on peo­ple too un­der­stand it’s a cheeky­eeky ti­tle be­cause I want peo­ple to read it and d Dr Michael Car­rGregg, au­thor of the new book Prince Boof­head.

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