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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.
Always learning from a different perspective is a good thing. Cultures are different all around and by incorporating a little from each one, you may all become better scholars. Read morePublished 14 hours ago by Dora B.
I found this book to be very open and honest and found myself getting angry while reading but then having a sigh of relief at the outcome. Read morePublished 1 day ago by L. Morgan
Thanks Amy Chua, your message is clear. Another teen has died by suicide.
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I would say it is an interesting book. As a father of a kindergartner boy, I don't think it is a right book to learn right parenting. Read morePublished 13 days ago by watersedge
Very interesting book and perspective. Really opened me into realizing I might actually like non fiction! Read morePublished 24 days ago by Libby
Maybe start handing these out at hospitals so people know that parenting should take input from the parent not the government and school.Published 26 days ago by kevin
I think the author is a bit preachy and self-righteous. However, I think she does make some good points about giving children too many choices.Published 26 days ago by San Francisco Sensei
Amy Chua's writing was overly hurtful and offensive in the book.Published 27 days ago by Shoba Ganesan