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The combination of honesty and humor balances well together.
They think that somehow these kids will magically skip over all the regular childhood frustrations, choosing to study or do homework over anything else.
Buy this book because you've read all of the books out there on gifted/2E and you need commiseration.
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The hardest part of reviewing this book is truly the fact that I have no clue what the best part of it is. Read more
This book is repetitive and all over the place. It is short and unhelpful and was not even slightly entertaining. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Abby L.
Jen Merrill describes what it is like to be the parent of a gifted child. Having finally discovered that there was a whole slew of books about giftedness, the emotional intensity... Read morePublished 5 months ago by D. Yon
We are new to the world of 2E. I came upon Jen's blog, at which time I saw she had written a book. I figured some comedy may help ease me into this new realm. Read morePublished 6 months ago by nugffff
This is a 'Must Read' book for parents and families of gifted kids, with or without twice-exceptionality. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Sam
Humorous and compelling. I wept as she described my life and the complexity of living with, and homeschooling, a 2e child. A fast read, very funny, and poignant too.Published 9 months ago by John Harper
I probably haven't learned anything from this book. It's very casual and and the authors own experience/opinion. I wouldn't recommend it.Published 11 months ago by julesandjase
so funny, readable and helpful for people with exceptional children! Jen adeptly describes the trials and tribulations of what seems an enviable role, the parent gifted child.Published 14 months ago by Rachel B. Workman
If you are needing some encouragement and wondering if your child is "gifted" or "exceptional" or "challenging" this book may give you a start in confirming... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Dawn Thomas