Piece of Work : Julia Einstein knows that being a stay-at-home mom is a lot like being a celebrity publicist - endless, irrational demands, no appreciation, and constant hustle. But when her husband is laid off and she's forced to take a job of resurrecting the career of an aging screen legend, Julia discovers how much easier it is to care for a real toddler. For example, her son doesn't steal ten-thousand-dollar leather coats during photo shoots, curse at her, or pronounce her name, Einstein, with insulting irony. Luckily, Julia hasn't survived playground politics for nothing: she knows sheer determination can solve almost everything. Slaving night and day, she'll squeeze success out of this old star if it kills her. Much harder may be dealing with the fact that her husband is turning out to be a better stay-at-home mom than she ever was . . .