"Cameron's take on the angst felt by every father of a teenage daughter is witty, wise, and excruciatingly on the money" (Charles Shyer, writer and director, Father of the Bride I and II).
Many people say that you need to purchase the audio book version. I was reading out loud so I guess that was just like having the audio book...??? He is hysterical and even if you don't have children or remember your own childhood, you will be smiling and noding along as you read.
" attitude, applied to the daily chore of raising teenage girls.
" attitude, applied to the daily chore of raising teenage girls. Bruce Cameron's columns have always been a cross between Dave Barry and Erma Bombeck.
His humor or guffaw level is also somewhere in between, that is, his observations are funnier than Erma, but I've never gotten the fall down on the floor belly laughs that Dave can sometimes produce. That is, a tongue in cheek "How can this be happening to me?
It's nice to learn that some of the things I've seen are more a universal condition that I was thinking they were. Bruce Cameron's columns have always been a cross between Dave Barry and Erma Bombeck.
That is, a tongue in cheek "How can this be happening to me?
This was really funny, even if parts of it were a little dated (no cell phones yet).My daughter isn't quite to that age yet, but my son has reached teenagehood.