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☳ The Nanny Diaries (Nanny, #1) ♩ Wanted One Young Woman To Take Care Of Four Year Old Boy Must Be Cheerful, Enthusiastic And Selfless Bordering On Masochistic Must Relish Sixteen Hour Shifts With A Deliberately Nap Deprived Preschooler Must Love Getting Thrown Up On, Literally And Figuratively, By Everyone In His Family Must Enjoy The Delicious Anticipation Of Ridiculously Erratic Pay Mostly, Must Love Being Treated Like Fungus Found Growing Out Of Employers Herm S Bag Those Who Take It Personally Need Not Apply Who Wouldn T Want This Job Struggling To Graduate From NYU And Afford Her Microscopic Studio Apartment, Nanny Takes A Position Caring For The Only Son Of The Wealthy X Family She Rapidly Learns The Insane Amount Of Juggling Involved To Ensure That A Park Avenue Wife Who Doesn T Work, Cook, Clean, Or Raise Her Own Child Has A Smooth Day When The X S Marriage Begins To Disintegrate, Nanny Ends Up Involved Way Beyond The Bounds Of Human Decency Or Good Taste Her Tenure With The X Family Becomes A Nearly Impossible Mission To Maintain The Mental Health Of Their Four Year Old, Her Own Integrity And, Most Importantly, Her Sense Of Humor Over Nine Tense Months, Mrs X And Nanny Perform The Age Old Dance Of Decorum And Power As They Test The Limits Of Modern Day Servitude Written By Two Former Nannies, The Nanny Diaries Deftly Punctures The Glamour Of Manhattan S Upper Class.


10 thoughts on “The Nanny Diaries (Nanny, #1)

  1. F Macias-Mossman F Macias-Mossman says:

    It is one long anecdote disguised as a novel A lot like Devil Wears Prada, it is just a laundry list of incidents while working for the shallow, designer clad perfectionist It readslike an article in Us Weekly, In Touch, and or the Mecca of all celebrity rag mag s, People What it is clearly the flaw in novels like Nanny Diaries, and Devil Wears Prada is that the protagonist fumbles through the novel lacking any goal or purpose Instead, these idealists, cute but not too cute young It is one long anecdote disguised as a novel A lot like Devil Wears Prada, it is just a laundry list of incidents while working for the shallow, designer clad perfectionist It readslike an article in Us Weekly, In Touch, and or the Mecca of all celebrity...


  2. Tea Jovanović Tea Jovanović says:

    itaocima nepoznata injenica, ali iva istina Narodna knjiga i Laguna tukle su se oko ovog naslova Na moju alost, jer sam tada jo bila u NK, dobila ju je NK A Laguna je apila meni dra u knjigu ik me uhvati Volela bih da je situacija bila obrnuta Ali ni jedni ni drugi se nismo usre ili s prodajom tih knjiga a zbog tu e su nas papreno ko tale u autorskim pravima Sada posle 10 i kusur godina od tada mogu hladne glave da sagledam neke stvari Te dve mlade devoj itaocima nepoznata injenica, ali iva istina Narodna knjiga i Laguna tukle...


  3. Stacey Stacey says:

    This book was a gift while I was working as a nanny At first it was funny, with all of the little observations that all nannies make mainly about a certain, small subsection of women who hire nannies the wealthy, entitled, narcissistic bitches As the story progresses, it becomes obvious that the children are the losers, the parents have no business being parents, and the nannies do nothing to help make the family a better place Instead they whine about mistreatment, go along with abuse, and This book was a gift while I was working as a nanny At first it was funny, with all of the little observations that all nannies make mainly about a certain, small subsection of women who hire nannies the wealthy, entitled, narcissistic bitches As the story progresses, it becomes obvious that the children are the losers, the parents have no business being parents, and the nannies do nothing to help make the family a better place Instead they whine about mistreatment, go along with abuse, and try to...


  4. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    The Nanny Diaries Nanny 1 , Emma McLaughlin 2016 1383 497 The Nanny Diaries Nanny 1 , Emma McLaughlin 2016 1383 497


  5. Jennifer Holland Jennifer Holland says:

    I read this during a series of fifteen minute breaks at my job In the interest of full disclosure, I have a bit of a grudge against any book packaged as chick lit, the literary equivalent of low cal fast food However, I thoroughly enjoyed both The Girls Guide to Hunting and Fishing and Prep, and understand that genuinely good fiction is sometimes whored out with candy colored covers so they ll sell, and I m always happy to be taken by surprise when that s the case Not so with this book Now, I read this during a series of fifteen minute breaks at my job In the interest of full disclosure, I have a bit of a grudge against any book packaged as chick lit, the literary equivalent of low cal fast food However, I thoroughly enjoyed both The Girls Guide to Hunting and Fishing and Prep, and understand that genuinely good fiction is sometimes ...


  6. l a i n e y l a i n e y says:

    I read this book back when I was in college This was actually the very first non middle grade English book I ever bought I had only bought some of Meg Cabot s Princess Diaries before then But that was about it and none of that felt as grown up to me as The Nanny Diaries Hmm, I just realized they were both diaries , huh and to think I ve never been one to keep any sort whatsoever AnywhoI still remember how I was so awed by the writing from the very first chapter it was so sophisticat I read this book back when I was in college This was actually the very first non middle grade English book I ever bought I had only bought some of Meg Cabot s Princess Diaries before then But that was about it and none of that felt as grown up to me as The Nanny Diaries Hmm, I just realized they were both diaries , huh and to think I ve never been one to keep any sort whatsoever AnywhoI still remember how I was so awed by the writing from the very first chapter it was so sophisticated for my college aged ...


  7. Sonja Sonja says:

    At first I thought I liked this book It was well written and emotionally touching On the other hand, when I finished it, I was very sad for all the Grayers of the world, and a little bit angry about which people claim to be parents and which people really ARE parents But I guess that was the point, wasn t it But then I thought about it some , and decided that there were other reasons why this book was not fulfilling for me There was absolutely no character development Nanny was the same At first I thought I liked this book It was well written and emotionally touching On the other hand, when I finished it, I was very sad for all the Grayers of the world, and a little bit angry about which people claim to be parents and which people really ARE parents But I guess that was the point, wasn t it But then I thought about it some , and decided that there were other reasons why this book was not fulfilling for me There was absolutely no character development Nanny was the same girl fr...


  8. Madeline Madeline says:

    If you must insist on reading chick lit, I recommend this one There s a romantic subplot and lots of shopping and snarky best friend banter, of course, but the main relationship in the story is between the main character called Nan or Nanny by everyone in the story and her four year old charge, Grayer Both authors used to be nannies in New York City, and you can tell they really enjoyed venting their frustration about past employers in this book There s the controlling, neurotic mother, the If you must insist on reading chick lit, I recommend this one There s a romantic subplot and lots of shopping and snarky best friend banter, of course, but the main relationship in the story is between the main character called Nan or Nanny by everyone in the story and her four year old charge, Grayer Both authors used to be nannies in New York City, and you can tell they really enjoyed venting their frustration about past employers in this book There s the controlling, neurotic mother, the absent...


  9. Cheri Cheri says:

    Awful I found the plot if you can call it that predictable and unimaginative and the characters flat BO ring Wish I could get those hours back of my life Can t believe they made a movie out of it Although, if there ar...


  10. Marianne Marianne says:

    2.5 sThe Nany Diaries is the first book in the Nanny series by American authors and ex nannies, Emma McLaughlin and Nicola Kraus We start with a nanny called Nanny Then we have parents Mr X and Mrs X, and their four year old son, Grayer And a potential boyfriend who never gets beyond HH Harvard Hottie So, ignore the silly names, and wade through the interview experiences, the ridiculous demands of these ultra rich socialites and their first world problems, and the brand name soup, and the 2.5 sThe Nany Diaries is the first book in the Nanny series by American authors and ex nannies, Emma McLaughlin and Nicola Kraus We start with a nanny called Nanny Then we have parents Mr X and Mrs X, and their four year old son, Grayer And a potential boyfriend who never gets beyond HH Harvard Hottie So, ignore the silly names, and wade through the interview experiences, the ridiculous demand...