I Am So the Boss of You: An 8-Step Guide to Giving Your Family the "Business"
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I Am So the Boss of You: An 8-Step Guide to Giving Your Family the "Business"

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A hilarious, tongue-firmly-in-cheek look at a promising new trend in parenting: being the boss!

In this day and age - when parenting books are a dime a dozen - it's easy for a mom to get confused. Do you go democratic or hover like a helicopter? Do you take a tiger-ish approach, or something more "hands off," like those French women who supposedly raise perfect children? Pa...more
ebook, 256 pages
Published March 26th 2013 by McClelland & Stewart (first published January 1st 2013)
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Jennifer Rayment
The Good Stuff

As the description mentions this is a tongue in cheek look at parenting - yet there is some wise information, thoughts and truths contained within
I was constantly laughing out loud and nodding my head - which proved to be quite embarrassing as I often read the book while on the bus
Not sure where to put this comment but quite frankly Kathy, my kids and husband hate you now. Since I started reading I have taken charge at home and became the Boss and they are struggling with this
Mrs. Brown
I received a copy of this book from a First Reads giveaway. This book taught me an important lesson - I apparently do not have a sense of humor. However, don't let my rating stop you from reading this book. You may like this book if you...

1. like hockey
2. appreciate chardonnay on a daily basis
3. thrive on Twitter gossip
4. know what "book club" is code for

You may not like this book if you...

1. not only know what quinoa is, but actually like it
2. consider your children's input when it comes to dec...more
Andrea Nair
As a parenting educator and having read other Kathy Buckworth books, I read this book with an expectation of being entertained. I certainly was--and I laughed, a lot. It was nice to view parenting through a less serious lens, poking fun at the silly things we do with and for our kids.
I loved this book! I laughed a lot while reading it. If you want a humourous parenting book, you got it!!
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