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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.
A friend recommended this book. Part parenting book, part study on French culture, I found it highly engaging and entertaining. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Aliza M. Beer
The book was super eye opening for me and I recommend it now. Luckily I read it while pregnant. I hear a lot of mom's say "I wish I had known about this book earlier".Published 2 days ago by Julie H
I learned so much about the French lifestyle! It really made me reflect on the American way of child-rearing (and living in general) that we tend to just accept and not question. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Lily
This book was just ok. Nothing new or informative, but also nothing controversial either. According to Ms. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Jay K.
This is my favourite book on parenting. So inspiring. I read it while listening to Enya because I feel the two really compliment each other. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Kristin
Great read. Very interesting. Great resource to learn something from.Published 15 days ago by Helen Karibyan
Even if you don't agree with every facet of the French method of raising children, this book is worth a thorough read.Published 16 days ago by Certified Empowerment Coach Marcia Bloomberg
Couldnt put it down, and now I'm reading again in case I forgot anything. Very good advice for new parents!Published 17 days ago by Julie
Everyone has their own convictions about baby raring and so does the author of this book. I agree with her in many ways, but not 100%. Read morePublished 18 days ago by svetikrusa