Being an adult is tough. There’s a lot to remember. Like putting trousers on. Or bills. Or not leaving one of the kids at the pub on a Sunday afternoon. You probably need all the books in the new Ladybird series for grown ups, or the adult versions of ‘Five Go…’ by Enid Blyton. These updated kids classics have been selling like hotcakes. But which should you get as a matter of urgency?
We’ve compiled an incredibly scientific quiz to help you work out which area of your life needs sorting out first. We would highly recommend getting all of the self-help books for grown ups you can. Because it’s just too hard. We long for a day at nursery. Play-doh? Sandpit? Sticky toffee pudding at lunchtime? Yes please. Bring back the good old days before council tax, office politics and the minefield of dating. Anyway, enough of our troubles. Get on with this quiz…
The Quiz: The Book For Grown Ups You Need
So… which did you get? I bet a lot of you got Five Go Parenting… We know our audience lol! The books are hilarious – but we are running out of stock, so click on this link and go straight through to the ones we have, buy one, buy some for your friends – these are just the best!
Our favourite quotes from the best self-help books you’ll ever read:
Ladybird Book Of Dating
Finding time for love is hard because modern people have busy lives.
Pat runs an artisanal macaroon business. She has been very busy.
One day she notices she has forgotten to get married and still sleeps on a mattress on the floor.
Time is running out for Pat.
Five Go Parenting
“Just to be clear,” said Anne sharply, “for the foreseeable future none of us will be going anywhere near a pub.”
Duncan bought a second-hand bicycle using money he got for his thirty-eighth birthday.
Three years later, Duncan is competing in the Tour de France on a bike that cost more than the deposit for his first flat.
Duncan has forgotten what he’s trying to prove.
Five Go On A Strategy Away Day
“You are floating, like spirits…” instructed the relaxologist. Anne anxiously wondered if she was relaxed enough.
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