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  1. Jen – Devourer of Books
    June 7, 2011

    I agree, in cases like this, the best narrator is the one who gets out of the way of the content.

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  2. Sheila (Bookjourney)
    June 7, 2011

    This sounds really interesting!

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  3. michelle
    June 8, 2011

    I’m going to see if my library has this. I have a teenage boy that fits this to a T. Thanks for the concise review! Telling me you loved it and understood it makes all the difference.

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  4. Amy
    June 8, 2011

    This title kind of scares me. I’m assuming because it’s a review by you that the answer isn’t about getting women back in the kitchen? 😉

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    • Carina
      June 8, 2011

      No, definitely not! Part of what I liked about this book is that he didn’t try to push one single answer as the solution to all of our problems. He really tried to explain the different possible causes, as well as more than one option for what parents can do.

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  5. Hana
    April 25, 2012

    I have just finished reading this book and I can say I wish this book was published fifteen years ago when my children were younger. As a mother of three boys,I found answers to many qustions about my children’s growth and progress. It really touches the core of the problems that many parents can’t find explanation to.It is a reader- friendly book and I encourage all parents to read it.

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