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My Two Moms by Zach Wahls
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Sep 26, 12

bookshelves: biography, gender-studies, letters, media-tie-in, non-fiction, words-arc
Read in June, 2012

Even when you're already convinced of something, it's always good to keep expanding and refining your outlook. And sometimes it's just really cool and refreshing to hear/read things, which you may already think, expressed incredibly well. Plus, there's always more you hadn't thought of! Wahls's Speech & Debate and journalism experience show in his writing. Well constructed, well thought-out, well founded, and very engaging. There was a moment in the last third of the book where for some reason I felt myself lose momentum and wanted to stop reading, but I'm very glad I kept going to the end. (Keep in mind I read an Advance Reader Copy, which is not quite a final edit.)

It also makes me want to check out the parenting book he references, even though I don't have kids. Well done and very welcome!
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