Are We Normal? Funny, True Stories from an Everyday Family - by Christina Scalis
Are We Normal? Funny, True Stories from an Everyday Family - by Christina ScaliseNOW AVAILABLE for download (Paperback coming SOON)Get your copy today for just $5.99 !!! Amazon.com, BarnesandNoble.com and Smashwords.com DescriptionDo all moms actually have X-ray vision and eyes in the back of their heads? Author Christina Scalise's kids believe so. And the New York author isn't really above using her maternal superpowers to deal with the challenges of childrearing. How else could she accomplish such relatively impossible accomplishments as getting 3 children to attempt brussels sprouts for the 1st time? Scalise may not actually be more powerful than a locomotive, but she's able to get her family to hang the toilet paper in the "over" position - the majority of the time, anyway. And she might not have the ability to jump tall buildings in a single bound, however if her children accidentally leave their dirty clothing on the floor, they understand their wayward apparel might likely end up dangling from the neighboring treetops, faster than a speeding bullet."Life is way too short, "states Scalise, "so try to enjoy every minute of it with a sense of humor!"With that kind of outlook on life's crazy minutes, Scalise and her family have frequently been left asking themselves 1 recurring concern, which became the title of her new book: "Are We Normal?"Scalise shares some essential parenting lessons learned the hard way, such as exactly what occurs when a preschooler finds himself alone with a VCR, a broomstick, and a peanut-butter-and-jelly sandwich."I originally started writing this book as a journal of stories for my children to check out when they were older and had children of their own - a couple of amusing stories they might inform our future grandchildren about,"" she states. "Then it grew from there, with 1 story after another. After a while I figured, "Why not share our stories with the rest of the world? I'm sure many people can connect to at least 1 or more of the stories. And if not - well, I hope readers at least get a great laugh out of them.".
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November 28 2018 on American Listed