Eight simple rules for dating my daughter book
The next, she's wearing a midriff-baring t-shirt and demanding the car keys.
8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter takes us shriek by shriek through the process of raising teenage girls, including braces (the most expensive metal on earth), the telephone (seemingly wired to her nervous system) and, of course, dating (Rule #2: Keep your hands and eyes off my daughter's body, or I will remove them). Bruce Cameron is the Dave Barry of modern family life." (Rocky Mountain News) "The humor is top rate....
Cate attends a seminar, while Paul stays home to watching the big Michigan/Ohio State football game.
Bridget is accused of shoplifting at a local drugstore, while Kerry is upset over the treatment of animals during circus shows.
A seamless performance of some very funny writing, and the gold standard when it comes to how well a comedy audio can be produced and performed." (Audio File) Any current or past parent of a teenage girl will be able to relate to this funny book.
Bridget learns that there's a tryout for the cheer leading squad and thinks she has it in the bag.
Kerry is annoyed when Paul remarks that he doesn't have to worry about Kerry alone in a bedroom like he does Bridget.
Later that night, Rory informs Paul that Bridget is out past curfew on a date with some basketball player.
A good laugh for all, especially those who have gone through the teenage years!
6 of 6 people found this review helpful John Ritter is the ideal person to read this book - his delivery is hilarious!
I mean, gosh, you're beautiful, you're sweet, and you're smart.