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Excellent book, a fun read, and written by a very bright and insightful author.
We read a lot of parenting books while I was pregnant with our first baby and, while I don't agree with everything, this one just made the most sense to us.
I also was very interested in Druckerman's examination of the ways in which French parents interact with their kids versus the way American parents do this.
I adore this book. It was a fun read and the rational behind it rang true for me. Everyone has their own take on parenting, but this book is right up my alley. Read morePublished 4 days ago by gaironn moody
Full disclosure: I'm a generation too old for this book to have practical application. A young American mother recommended it to me. It's become my guilty pleasure read. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Elianna James
I love book. It is very entertaining, with a lot of great ideas. My husband and I seem to have been following a lot of the French thinking to begin with, but the book had some... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Amber T
I wanted to review this book solely on the audio recording, but I don't think I'm able to do that. Pamela most likely has some great advice, but I wasn't able to get to the end of... Read morePublished 7 days ago by J. Katz
My theory on why French children are so well-behaved:
They sense that as adults, they'll have much more fun than their repressed American counterparts will ever have. Read more
Zuckerman had so many good points about parenting. Now will I be able to put some of this into practice?Published 8 days ago by Bigger
I bought this book after reading the author's article in NY times right away a few weeks ago. I am still working on first couple of chapters. Why? Read morePublished 10 days ago by SK