“Anna Lefler’s book is so goddamn funny it made me want to ditch my life so I could read it. Damn you, obligations!” Laraine Newman, original castmember of “Saturday Night Live” and the Groundlings, Voiceover Goddess
“Captivating and relentlessly funny, Preschooled is a brilliant, sublime romp through today’s Pre-K jungle. With a fresh, wry wit, Anna Lefler skewers the ridiculous pretense of the preschool scene while weaving a hilarious and satisfying story that will have you turning pages well past pick-up time.” Jenna McCarthy, author of Pretty Much Screwed
When new preschool parent Justine discovers that the man who broke her heart back in grad school is a dad in her daughter’s class, she tells herself she’s immune to the superficial charms of the ex she calls “the crapwizard,” but when his presence opens a time tunnel of potent memories from her life before motherhood, she must find a way to defuse her old attraction to him before it undermines her marriage.
Then there’s Ruben, rookie stay-at-home dad and standup comic who quits his day job to pursue his TV-writing dream on his wife’s condition that he take her place among the “power mommies” on the school committees.
And ruling the sand box with an iron fist is Margaret, whose ongoing divorce from her dentist-turned-New Age-surfer husband forces her to rely on her dubious people skills in order to keep the school that has become the cornerstone of her identity.
When the new school year kicks off with a moody supermodel, a flight-risk rabbit named Ozone and a school secretary in desperate need of a social filter, it’s not all juice and cookies for Justine, Ruben and Margaret as they struggle to play nice.
Published by Full Fathom Five