From Publishers Weekly
Woodacre, a former Delaware state senator, and her daughter, Bane, now an advertising copywriter, offer the perspectives of a doting mother and a high-achieving daughter on milestones beginning with the senior year in high school and ending with acclimating to life post-graduation. Though most of the advice is common sense (communication and negotiation are the threads that hold together the book) and the dueling authors share a love of exclamation points and seem to be contestants in a congeniality contest, parents having a hard time understanding what's going on inside their college student child's head or wanting reassurance that their feelings of loneliness, worry and dread aren't unique would do well to pick up this perky book.
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"Perfect for graduation season..an amazing gift for any mother to read maybe add some notes or highlight some passages and then pass it on as a graduation gift to their daughter. " - Mama Smith's Review Blog
Would be great for both parents and graduating seniors! It really is a Must-Read!
This book is fresh and updated and can surely help parents and future freshman with this transition. If the fat envelope has landed on your doorstep recently, "I'll Miss You Too
" is one book to get.