Stephanie Calman reads from her new book about the perils of reaching 40.
Stephanie discovers that, despite being a parent, she has an inner age of 12.
What constitutes a grown-up and how does one achieve such status?
Stephanie reflects on how the death of her father, cartoonist Mel Calman, propelled her not so much into adulthood as into accountancy.
She offers some crucial tips on how to scoff children's sweets without being found out.
What do you do when your children turn out to be more grown-up than you are?