Toddlers Are A**Holes: It's Not Your Fault
  • Toddlers Are A**Holes: It's Not Your Fault
  • Toddlers Are A**Holes: It's Not Your Fault
  • Toddlers Are A**Holes: It's Not Your Fault
  • Toddlers Are A**Holes: It's Not Your Fault
  • Toddlers Are A**Holes: It's Not Your Fault
  • Toddlers Are A**Holes: It's Not Your Fault
  • Toddlers Are A**Holes: It's Not Your Fault
  • Toddlers Are A**Holes: It's Not Your Fault
ISBN: 076118564X
EAN13: 9780761185642
Language: English
Release Date: Apr 7, 2015
Pages: 176
Dimensions: 0.55" H x 6.93" L x 5.2" W
Weight: 0.44 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

At last, the book that answers the question on every parent's mind: Why does my toddler hate me?

Okay, it's not really hate. It's just that a little psychopath who walks through life 100% convinced that he or she is the center of the universe does not care that you have a heart, a mind, or a soul. You are simply a skin-covered robot tall enough to reach the candy on top of the fridge. And clean up the rage-vomit when you make the fatal mistake of cutting off the crust on your toddler's toast. (Or not cutting it off--seriously, you can't win.)

Includes:

  • The theory of toddler evolution
  • Mealtime (AKA Hell)
  • Your unraveling life
  • And how not to die inside

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Book Reviews (17)

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5
   Pretty funny. Plus it irritates my wife's obnoxious "crunchy" ...
Plus it irritates my obnoxious crunchy friends of my wife. That is actually what they call themselves, like it's cool or something. Today buy two and upset an essential oil peddling mom.
 
5
   We have all been there, you are not alone and it is going to be ok so read this book and laugh about it!
Hilarious, I bought this for myself and 2 other friends for mothers - day who also have toddlers and really enjoyed this book. It takes some of the frustrations of being a toddler and puts it out there in a way that is funny and yet you realizes that other people get it and its ok to feel that way. It takes the edge of some very common situations, we have enjoyed this book thoroughly together.
 
5
   Finally the Honest Truth About Toddlers!
I gave this book to my best friend, who is currently experiencing the trials and tribulations of parenting a two year old. This book is completely hysterical, honest and so authentic. I would recommend it as a very fun, completely inappropriate, and completely validating and accurate reading for anyone who has a toddler, or spends a lot of time with one. We read the book aloud to each other on a family vacation after the kids went to bed and laughed until we cried.
 
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   A written standup routine about toddlers
It's kind of funny, but some of the language goes a little too far for me. I was hoping for some good tips mixed in with the humor, but there is not much to work with, it is like reading a standup routine. The message - toddler parents you re not alone.
 
5
   Laughing at life
I bought one for myself and found the humor in this book resonated with so many situations with my life. So, for anyone who is complaining that this is not a parenting book, maybe don 't look for books calling your child an a******. I have bought this book again for friends who felt overwhelmed as a parent. Both said the same thing, that this really helps them remember that it is okay to go through a hard time alone. And the best way to laugh about it is to study it.
 
5
   Hilarious as long as you're not in the toddler stage
Originally, I bought this book for my son and his wife, who had a toddler at the time, I thought that a little comedy might come in handy. It is difficult to make it through the toddler war. I read this book with my youngest son, who was 8 at the time, and thought it was funny with me, we laughed so hard we were crying, and it was fun to say OMG! This was done by YOU! Having been through my own toddler wars a long time ago, I found this book to be funny and truthful. I am not sure if parents who go through the toddler wars will find it funny. However, just knowing that your child is not the only one coloring on the walls, sticking things up their noses or being defiant is comforting. I purchased this book again for my friends, who is now starting his own toddler wars.
 
5
   Hilarious
I bought this for my husband, but we have enjoyed it together. No holds barred, funny book.
 
4
   I'm gona read it before I gift it.
Bought as a gift. I thought it was a little longer book than I. Content is important, not size wise. I'm excited to give it up before I read it.
 
1
   Vulgar, lots of cussing with no attempt at actual advice or creativity.
It is just a lot of bad language that is used over and over again. My wife and I put the book down after a few chapters. Take the vulgarity and this book is EMPTY. However, the creative title sold a lot of books because of it.
 
3
   Funny and affirming, but no actual parenting tips
I had high hopes -- this book was recommended to me. The opening chapter had me laughing out loud, however, there were zero actual strategies for dealing with toddlers - how to discipline them in a loving way, how to redirect them, what they understand developmentally, etc. Super disappointing and felt like I have wasted my time.
 
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