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“Marvelous….Like Julia Child, who translated the secrets of French cuisine, Druckerman has investigated… the essentials of French child-rearing.”

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Pamela Druckerman is a former staff reporter for The Wall Street Journal, where she covered foreign affairs. She has also written for The New York Times and The Washington Post, and appeared on the Today Show and NPR's Morning Edition, among many other outlets. She is the author of the international bestseller, Bringing up Bébé, and Lust in Translation, which was translated into eight languages. She has a master's degree in international affairs from Columbia, and lives in Paris.

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61 internautes sur 61 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Buy one for yourself and one for a friend or relative. 24 février 2013
Par Skadi - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Why should you buy this book when technically, the author isn't presenting anything new that wasn't already mentioned in "Bringing Up Bebe"? Well, because your in-laws probably aren't going to bother reading B.U.B. This crystallizes the philosophy of the first book, and can easily be read in an hour or two. You can highlight the most important of the 100 keys so that it becomes a very handy reference guide to help keep you grounded in the midst of the daily grind. The accessibility of it is definitely worth the price.

Do I agree with 100% of what the author says? Nope, but that's okay. I'm suspicious of anyone who says they unerringly subscribe to an author's views, anyway. I won't get into what I disagree with, because really, I might diverge from the author on some particulars, but what's important here is that the author eloquently makes the case for traditionalist parenting. Where else can we find this kind of treatise in a culture that is supersaturated with attachment parenting?

Grant a lot of freedom within a firm set of boundaries. Raise a child who always asks permission of parents who try to say yes as often as they can. Create routines that offer a comforting rhythm for the child but are not slavishly adhered to if circumstances change. A child can learn to sleep through the night and develop a taste for a variety of foods. Treat the child as a member of the family, not the center of the family. Give the child real responsibilities that contribute to the family so that he feels useful. Teach your child self-control by asking them to wait and not immediately rescuing them from their frustration. Respect a child's autonomy and independent play time. These maxims have fallen by the wayside in American homes for the past thirty years, but thanks to this book, I have a resource that offers a glimpse into the calm home of loving, assertive parents who say, "C'est moi qui décide," or in English, "It is me who decides."
51 internautes sur 52 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Great go-to reference 20 février 2013
Par Magda - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I read and loved Druckerman's Bringing Up Bebe and was excitedly awaiting the arrival of Bebe Day by Day.

After reading it, here's what I thought: the book is pretty much a shortened version of the prequel. Great for when you need a quick reminder or reference, which is exactly what the author meant for it to be.

If you are hoping this book contains more new ideas/ info/ tidbits of the French ways of parenting not included in Bringing Up Bebe, you'll be disappointed.

All in all, still a great, quick read. I'm keeping mine.
14 internautes sur 14 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Had to ration out the book so I didn't finish too soon 15 mars 2013
Par Gen of North Coast Gardening - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
While this book was a little shorter than I would like given the cover price, it was so deliciously appealing to me, a woman pregnant for the first time, that I had to ration out the chapters so I didn't finish it too soon. I could've easily read it in one sitting.

If you've read her other book, Bringing Up Bebe, nothing in this book will come as a revelation or surprise to you. However, since it's been a couple months since I read the first one, I was absolutely delighted to have the refresher course on the actual principles brought up in the first book without having to read all of the stories over again. I mean, I really enjoyed the stories the first time around, don't get me wrong, but when I return to a book like this, it's because I'm interested in the concepts.

This book did a marvelous job of condensing the concepts into short tidbits that are easy to share with your partner or caregivers, or just keep yourself inspired and remind yourself of some of these ideas. There are a few recipes in the back of what they serve at the French day cares, some of which sounded delicious and like I definitely want to try them.

Overall, the book is priced much higher than it should be given the fact that it is such a slim volume, and I'm especially offended by the price of the digital version as opposed to the hardcover version. Do publishers not realize they are only making consumers angry by charging similarly for a digital version as for an actual physical copy? It doesn't make me more loyal to Penguin for example to feel that they are gouging me. However, I know the author probably has zero say in the pricing, so that it doesn't affect my tremendously positive feelings about this book.

If you are a new parent or pregnant, I would absolutely recommend this book as a reassuring and laid-back approach to parenting. You may not end up using all of the ideas, but it is certainly worth a read and the writing is so fluid that you'll find your time with the book an absolute pleasure.
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Quick Summary of 1st Book 16 mars 2013
Par Lee Lloyd - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I thought that I would be getting some new info, but she just summarizes her first book, which was great,
Just buy one or the other, if you have already had the baby buy this one as you won't have time for the next
7 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Great tips, but basically just a summary of her last book 2 avril 2013
Par CS - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Bebe by Day is a minimal version of "French Children Don't Throw Food" (released in the US under the title "Bringing Up Bebe"). her first book is a delightful exploration through conversation and investigation of what makes the french approach so different, and what makes it work. In this book she has boiled this exploration down to 100 very practical tips. It's the mini-version, for those who don't want to read the whole thing. But this also means missing out on the nuances and understanding exactly how the "tips" work.

A good book for someone who isn't going to sit and read the whole shibang. but I still recommend the whole shibang above this!
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