Books by Kaz Cooke
Prepare to shriek, roll your eyes and tut at this absurd advice on how to become a 'proper woman', meek, weak and slow to speak.
Discover the best Penguin Random House books of 2022 with this list of award-winning and shortlisted titles this year.
Winners to be announced on Thursday 9 June.
Should I wear an apron or bikini to a BBQ? How do I trap a husband? Does my period make me poisonous? Advice column with a difference.
Kaz Cooke debunks bonkers advice fed to women for centuries, starting with their bodies and a 'need' for shapewear.
There are so many women who have achieved remarkable things in history, but it's likely you've never heard of them.
The best books for educators to share on International Women’s Day 2021
The bestselling author and cartoonist on how to feel more confident.
In Up the Duff, Kaz Cooke explains the importance of pelvic-floor exercises.
In Babies & Toddlers, Kaz Cooke explains there will be days that your toddler will not be interested in much food, the next they’ll be ‘on the fang’. Keeping up with this can be frustrating, and patience is key. In Babies & Toddlers there are tips to get even the fussiest toddlers eating.
In Babies & Toddlers, Kaz Cooke helps parents understand a child’s physical, emotional and communication development milestones, from six-week-old babies through to three-year-olds. Including hints on fun ways to encourage development, and when (or whether) to see a doctor, Babies & Toddlers has it covered.
The 4000 voices of Girl Stuff 8–12, Your Real Guide to the Pre-Teen Years.
Kaz Cooke reveals the impassioned rummaging to capture Ada Delroy on the page.
Tips for parents and kids.
A letter from Kaz Cooke.
Change the feelings caused by bullying.
Take your reading group on a journey of vaudevillian enchantment.