Are We Nearly There Yet?: A Family's 8,000-Mile Car Journey Around Britain
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Are We Nearly There Yet?: A Family's 8,000-Mile Car Journey Around Britain

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Author: Ben Hatch

Format: Paperback / softback

Number of Pages: 320

If you think writing a guidebook is easy, think again! 'A family's 8,000 miles round Britain in a Vauxhall Astra' they were bored, broke, burned out and turning 40, so when Ben and Dinah saw the advert looking for a husband and wife team with young kids to write a guidebook about family travel around Britain, they jumped at the chance. With naive visions of staring moodily across Coniston Water and savouring Cornish pasties, they embark on a mad-cap five-month trip with daughter Phoebe, four, and son Charlie, two, embracing the freedom of the open road with a spirit of discovery and an industrial supply of baby wipes. AUTHOR: Ben Hatch is the author of two comic novels, The Lawnmower Celebrity and The International Gooseberry, which together sold over 25,000 copies, and several guidebooks including England With Your Family, Scotland With Your Family and Britain for Free. Based in Brighton, he wrote a regular blog for Te Telegraph online during the journey. SELLING POINTS: Will appeal to all parents, who will identify with the highs and lows of traveling with small children Will strike a chord with recession-hit staycationers and anyone who enjoys seeing the sights of the UK REVIEWS: 'Journey' has become one of the most devalued words in the language, but if ever a book can re-establish its credibility, it's Ben and Dinah "Hatch's Homeric eight-thousand mile trip around Britain in a small car, with two small children...A voyage of pain, suffering, argument, baby wipes, discovery and utter delight... Never travel in a car with children without this book by your side... " Terry Wogan "A funny, touching cross-country jaunt that's as much about being a kid as it is about being a grown-up. (And thank God someone else did it so you don't have to...) " Danny Wallace "Ben Hatch makes me laugh." John Cleese