- File Size: 1959 KB
- Print Length: 242 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: July 12, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01IDRGJ8S
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,016,479 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Nothing I Learned in Kindergarten Has Done Me a Bit of Good: A Semi-Useless Guide to Useful Questions. Kindle Edition
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It is funny, often uproariously so. Not many pages went by without giving me a good belly laugh. You will remember more of what she had to say just because it will stick in your brain as hysterical.
Much of it is a guide to life, everything from parenting to pre-nuptials to sharing space and other relationship issues.
It is intelligent. I did not agree with everything Gigi said---what fun would that be? But she is smart enough to make you, at the very least, return to your point of view and give it serious consideration.
It is personal. Every reader wants to know something about the author of a book. Well...Gigi lets you in on plenty, in this highly personal account.
You will enjoy every minute of it. Buy it, it’s the best $3.95 you’ll have spent in years.
William A. Welsh, Ed.D.
Dean of Assessment and Educational Research (retired)
Westfield State College
Now living in Syracuse (pray for me).
I stayed up all night reading this book and today am an inefficient couch-slug...exhausted to the bone, but still giggling.
I've decided to never, EVER let My husband name my breasts. You'll have to read the book to find out what Gigi's partner calls hers. It ain't pretty, folks...but it's hilarious.
Perhaps the best part of the book is that you can pick it up at pretty much any point and read. The book is arranged and organized around various themes of lessons learned in childhood, as one might suspect from the title. The book includes many genius ideas such as some helpful anecdotes about parenting, work, the battle of the sexes, and a rather insightful piece called “Which Piece of Furniture Would Hold Its Own in An All Out War?” The answer surprised me. I’d hoped it would be a chifferobe. It’s never the chifferobe. You also won’t see Adam and Eve the same way ever again.
I’m quite glad I purchased the book and will be getting another of her books quite soon.