Later, write the words for them as they dictate them to you, or they can sound out the words phonetically and write the story on their own.
(These books will make great keepsakes.) Does your child have a perennial favorite book?
Bruce Cameron takes us blow by blow, shriek by shriek through the process of raising teenagers, an experience he says is similar to "blunt force trauma." It's a survival guide written by a man who has lived among teenagers and has the credit card bills to prove it.
At least the victims of the attacks didn’t die in vain, eh? Also, it’s inane, smug, condescending, fucking filth. Is there a single sentient being that doesn’t realize that it will soon be canceled?
The whole thing is about this father who becomes a stay at home dad and is obsessed with stifling his daughters’ sexuality. There is one stroke of brilliance from a marketing perspective.
Bruce Cameron is the Dave Barry of modern family life.
(John Temple, Editor & President, Rocky Mountain News) It seems to happen overnight.