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Beautiful storytelling

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Reviewed: 2019-12-22

Wonderful storytelling that transports to you a different time and place. It is an amazing personal story with tragedy and triumph.

I could listen to Rick Mercer all day

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Reviewed: 2019-12-22

I love his stories, his voice and his friendliness and of course his humour on the politics of the day in Canada. If you like Rick, this is worth the listen.

great method

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Reviewed: 2019-12-22

This helped us get our twins potty trained. One took to the method right away and the other took considerable time but I felt the method helped both - one of my kids (boy) needed extra time because he just couldn't feel his body when he had to go.

Eye opening

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Reviewed: 2019-12-22

This book was a glimpse into a world I am unfamiliar with. It is tragic and at times hard to listen due to the subject matter but it is so important to know about stories like this so we can better support our neighbours dealing with poverty and the multigenerational effects of colonialism. I am glad I have read it. Thank you to the author for sharing her story.

Loved it

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Reviewed: 2019-12-22

Such an interesting book. I highly recommend it. I couldn't wait to listen to it on my commute each day.

Helpful book to get through the toddler years

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Reviewed: 2018-09-13

I am finding the approach of Janet in this book to be quite helpful as I navigate raising twin two-year-olds. I am realizing more and more they are complete little people and should be treated as such. Their understanding and comprehension surprises me sometimes and treating them as capable really makes them much more willing to do what needs to be done. #Audible1