Reasons My Kid is Crying Hardcover – Unabridged, 10 Oct 2013
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The book of the smash-hit Tumblr blog Reasons My Son Is Crying, featuring toddlers from around the world in the midst of apocalyptic meltdowns.
About the Author
Greg Pembroke lives in Rochester, New York with his wife and two young sons. He divides his time between working as a radio advertising copywriter, and looking after his sons at home.
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Top Customer Reviews
And by the way, my kids are awesome!
The apparently completely random things that can mean the Total End Of The World to small humans is almost inspiring in a way.
Any parent of an autistic child will probably encounter one of these crises fairly regularly and I think they might get real value out of seeing that they are far from alone! Otherwise, it just slightly outlasts its welcome /novelty.
Interesting and quite reassuring then, but you begin to feel guilty that you are apparently 'enjoying' the pain of so many scrunched up little faces!
We have very similar breakdowns with our 3 year old son over very trivial events, so related very well!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I loved this after a very hard day with my 4 kids aged 5and under this cheered me up no end. And made me realise I am not alone.Published 2 months ago by Harriet
Present for new-ish parent. They appreciated the guidance offered!Published 7 months ago by Whatley
Great book, crammed with pictures that parents of toddlers all over the world can identify with.
My personal favourite is entitled 'We thought he'd like to try peas!'
Excellent. Very entertaining, particularly for parents struggling with young children. Makes you realise you are not alone!Published 17 months ago by mimi
Vaguely irritating in insisting upon using quotes for every single bit of text.Published 18 months ago by MISS H M HAGAN