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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.
Despite all the bad things people said about "tiger mom" I like her style. I am a 41 single African widowed mother. I am reconsidering the method to use to raise my daughter. Read morePublished 11 hours ago by CJ
My daughter (10 years old) and I both love the book. We read it together and could not put it down. The book was funny and well written. Read morePublished 11 hours ago by JSG
Couldn't finish reading this piece of fiction. And no matter how hard it is, please, please don't generalize. Read morePublished 1 day ago by b lee
I like the different perspectives. I admire her hard work and courage to go "against the grain" to make her daughters learn how to be successful. Well written.Published 3 days ago by Amazon Customer
Amy Chua's persona, suggestive of narcissistic personality disorder, in a nutshell-
-racist belief that some groups are inherently better than others (which includes,... Read more
I found the writing to be very intelligent,witty,and insightful. Brutally honest; I found myself agreeing with her perceptions regarding the way some "Westerners" raise... Read morePublished 14 days ago by D34683
Very good book. Very polarizing, either you agree with her or you don't. I feel those who don't agree with her are those who expect a handout for doing nothing and feels every... Read morePublished 17 days ago by gregory
This book, so at diametric odds with the "American model" of parenting, should be required reading for all of us. Read morePublished 17 days ago by ddogrush