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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.
American parents should read the book, teach (or simply let) their children to eat real foods, . . . and relax.Published 5 hours ago by Victor
Young American parents should really read this book as well as Jennifer Senior's All Joy, No Fun. A child centric family life may be the wrong direction for the happy life that we... Read morePublished 6 hours ago by Robert Hoyt
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 6 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 8 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 8 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 8 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