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The world needs more tiger mothers and parents like Amy Chua.
I actually love piano and violin music today-- but I was never shown the beauty of these things when I played them as a child.
It suffices to say that the book will not give you any parenting tips and will make you feel like a better parent.
This is probably one of the worst parenting books I've ever read. I've seen that kind of parenting firsthand here in the Philippines and I can tell you the results are terrible. Read morePublished 6 hours ago by Brian Esp
Being Middle Eastern I can appreciate the benefits of strict Asian parenting. Ms. Chua pokes fun at herself through satirical comments which made me enjoy the book more than I... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Julia Gray
I regret buying this ebook, it was a disappointment. The content was singularly focused on the mother's obsession with her daughters' musical "careers" . Read morePublished 9 days ago by Jenny_from_the_block
I think people need to read this with a grain of salt. Some people took excerpts from her book too seriously. It was great read.Published 9 days ago by Kiley Adriance
The book's contrasts between Chinese and Western upbringing are exaggerated, but the exaggeration helps you think more clearly about such things, so as to arrive at a reasonable... Read morePublished 11 days ago by C. Stetson
Her candor and sincerity. I especially loved the title and really the fact that she spoke from the heart. It was great and I see her as speaking for all moms around the world. Read morePublished 13 days ago by yetunde
Amy Chua writes with candor and self-insight. Her descriptions are vivid, and she describes her feelings as well as her actions. Read morePublished 15 days ago by jgd