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I felt like she justified any bad behavior on her part because in her view it was for the "greater good" of her children.Published 16 days ago by tina
Fantastic book with great life lessons and fun humor. Some people may not appreciate the hard-line attitudes or push-hard tactics, but I thought they were refreshing in this day... Read morePublished 19 days ago by brown
Excellent read. I laughed, I cried...superb story about trying, failing, succeeding and just being a parent.Published 21 days ago by Amanda D.
This woman is an achievement-obsessed maniac. Being her child is a real disaster. This title should be put under "horror non-fiction" instead. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Chris
Not a bad read on the Chinoy female upper middle class view of American Life, especially its parenting weaknesses.
First it helps to know Amy Chua as a child. Read more
Good read. Humorous and honest. but NOT a manual for child-rearing.Published 1 month ago by Amazon buyer