Awesome Book, Jodi Picoult, My Sisters Keeper, Books Worth, Amazing Book, Favorite Books, Books Book, Picoult Book
My Sister's Keeper by Jodi Picoult -- book was so much better than movie. Dumb-ass director changed up the ending and ruined the whole idea of the novel.
My Sisters Keeper by Jodi Picoult. Love t, so much to think about in such heartbreaking circumstances
My Sisters Keeper - By: Jodi Picoult. you have to read this one - it'll challenge you're cultural and ethical beliefs and give insight into an extremely controversial issue. plus, if you've seen the movie, you know nothing about the book - complete opposites.
My Sisters Keeper - By: Jodi Picoult I have not read it yet but bought it...I refuse to watch the movie!
My Sister's Keeper - My first Jodi Picoult, to this day it's still my favorite book.
How Do You Tuck In a Superhero?: And Other Delightful Mysteries of Raising Boys. This book is definitely on my "to read" list.
Such a fun fun book to read if you have little boys or if u have a man like josh that thinks he is a superhero lol no kiddos yet for me but can't wait to see josh b a daddy!
"How Do You Tuck In A Superhero? And Other Delightful Mysteries of Raising Boys" - by Rachel Balducci (Need to Read)
@karaminor How Do You Tuck In a Superhero?: And Other Delightful Mysteries of Raising Boys by Rachel Balducci, mother of five boys and one little girl: 'A field guide, a memoir, a mystery, and a love letter all in one.' Here is her blog http://testosterhome.net/about #Books #Boys
To Read: How Do You Tuck In a Superhero?: And Other Delightful Mysteries of Raising Boys
Rachel Balducci : mother of 5 boys~
about raising boys. I've heard it's highly recommended. Wanna read
May have to look into this for when my little super hero is bigger
About the book: Author Rachel Balducci is no longer surprised when she has to say things in her house like: "I am not a wrestling mat." "Stay off the roof." "You can try to invent a jet-pack, but I will not buy the fuel for it." Or, "Wear something nice—like a t-shirt with no stains on it." As the mother of five boys, Balducci has her hands full, which makes for some hilarious stories. She shares more than 50 of those tales--from finding her boys climbing through windows, making traps for catching bad guys or rooting through the refrigerator, ever hungry--in her delightful new book How Do You Tuck in a Superhero?: And Other Delightful Mysteries of Raising Boys. Readers will laugh out loud at the antics she experiences on a daily basis, as she pulls back the curtain on what a life filled to the brim with boys is like for one woman. From the curious scenes she catches her boys in, to the entertaining conversations she overhears, to the unimaginable rules she's been forced to make, this laugh-out-loud celebration joyfully explores the sweet and wild side of boyhood. My review of How Do You Tuck In A Superhero: I don’t have any kids, but I have heard many stories of little boys and their antics, so I thought this would be a fun book to read. It was. Rachel Balducci gives readers an entertaining, and hectic look into what life is like with a house full of boys. When I first saw that she has FIVE boys I thought, “oh that poor woman”. But she makes it entertaining and I know how much she loves her family and that makes this a heartwarming book as well as entertaining. I honestly don’t think I would have the patience for all the chaos, but I sure did enjoy reading about it. I especially enjoyed “Seventy-four minutes…but who’s counting?” That story to me just embodies what boys are about, and how fun and cute they can be. The last chapter of the book, The Sweet Side, was probably my favorite part of the book because the author really shows just how she manages and how wonderful her large family is. I enjoyed how personal this book was and the very real look at life with a large, rambunctious family of boys. I’m sure any mother to boys would love to read this book. I loved it and I don’t even have kids. Available April 2010 at your favorite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group Click here to purchase your copy This book was provided for review by Revell.
How Do You Tuck In a Superhero?: And Other Delightful Mysteries of Raising Boys: Rachel Balducci: 9780800733728: Amazon.com: Books