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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.
Package arrived completely chewed up. It really was unacceptable, especially since it was a gift for my sister. Read morePublished 8 hours ago by Diane F.
I'd rate the author's Intellectual intelligence at 130 plus. However, her emotional intelligence appears to be minus 100. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Emmadelle
I am sure it is just the"western parent" in me, but this lady is kinda crazy. I didn't find much redeeming in the book.Published 3 days ago by Emily
I support every issue of this book , but all my hopes failed : nobody wants to support these ideas.Published 6 days ago by Sarah Shvetskaya
The book is obvioualy candid and I'm sure there are many people out there who believe this is the best way to raise children, but it's not because they're Chinese or Asian. Read morePublished 12 days ago by California School Teacher
I find this book very interesting. Amy Chua was brutally open in sharing her experience, good or bad. Read morePublished 14 days ago by a reader
read the book in a day. get ready to feel all sorts of emotions. worth readingPublished 14 days ago by t nelson
This book was really easy to read. It really opened my eyes to the Chinese way of raring children and made me realise that there is no easy way to be a good parent and no... Read morePublished 26 days ago by Carolyn L Rayner