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Lamott's style is beautiful, funny, touching, and honest.
If you're a fan of Anne Lamott, and have followed her non-fiction over the years (especially Operating Instructions) you will love this book about her new grandson.
And two weeks later I am still fired up about it, still deeply uncomfortable when I think about it, still shaking my head over the utter nuttiness of this woman.
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If there were a fractional star, that's what I would have rated it. The one and ONLY redeeming quality is that it was written in English.
Even though I have no kids or grandkids, I found a lot of knowledge and a lot to make me smile. Thanks anne, you never fail me!Published 1 month ago by Whitney
Annie never fails to rock-it. She warms my heart, makes me laugh out loud and weaves her truth into everything she writes! Please keep it going Annie. I rely on your voice!Published 3 months ago by Kristina Keene Fresk
It's more of Annie's story about her relationship with Sam and now, Jett. What's not to love? Anyone who has an iota of insecurity and a healthy dose of humor because of it, will... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Sarah J. Ritter
As a new grandmother, I bought this book based on a review I'd read. I was expecting it to be about the relationship between mother, son, and grandson. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Linda. Schwenke
What goes on in a grandmother's heart when her first grandchild. Is born. The situation is not like mine, but interesting.Published 4 months ago by Mary R. Baran