The cover I have only has a picture of the Dad on it with a scowl on his face.
Where was this book when I was raising 4 teenage girls? This book is right on in regards to teenage girls and their reasoning/non-reasoning. Having survived raising girls and offering assistance and advice as teenage granddaughter were raised, I really enjoyed this book.
I have a teenage daughter myself. This book was pretty much head on which made it very funny for me.
I really liked this book. It was funny and entertaining. I would recommend it to my friends.
Funny! A Dad's perspective on raising two American teenage girls. Courage and Sympathy!
This book was given to my DH as a gift. However, he's not a reader, so I decided not to let a book 'go to waste', so I read it. I don't know if it was b/c this was targetted to males/fathers, but the author's humor ran out on me quite quickly & it became annoying. Maybe a male reader would appreciate this more.
In 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter, humorist W. 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.
"W. Bruce Cameron is the Dave Barry of modern family life."-John Temple, Rocky Mountain News
This hardback book is missing its dust cover but is otherwise in good shape.