“Shut up!” “I HATE you!” “You’re a terrible mother.” What would you do if your child said that to you and after which smashed two
Weekends at Bellevue by Julie Holland Certain books are sentimental for a variety of reasons; Weekends at Bellevue by Julie Holland, M.D. was one of
Good morning Book Clubbers, This was an interesting section of Battle Hymn as Amy took her Chinese parenting to all new heights. Besides the countless
How to Walk to School: Blueprint for a Neighborhood Renaissance by Jacqueline Edelbeg & Susan Kurland I stumbled on How to Walk to School by accident.
Happy Tuesday! We have had a great discussion of Mrs. Chua’s memoir thus far and it is time to dig into it yet again. In
Tick Tock was truly a pleasure to read. Taking place in New York City, the protagonist, Michael Bennett, is a member of the New
Well, it's official, Amy Chua has invaded The Paulo Freire Book Club. This first post will be very open ended in order to really
I first read this book when I was in Junior High School. It was "banned" from 7th graders, but I managed to get my hands