I knew I should n't have read the revie of this.
I KNEW I should n't have read the reviews.I KNEW IT ... .and still, I looked.FFS, people, would you PLEASE stop rating a CHILDREN 'S BOOK based on: -your antipathy towards Jimmy Fallon 's salary-your antipathy towards Jimmy Fallon 's political views-your antipathy towards Jimmy Fallon 's comedy ( or lack thereof) -your antipathy towards the easiness/simplicity of this bookAre you kidding me with the " there 's no character arc? " SERIOUSLY?
Not all books for babies have, um, character arcs? Are you kidding me with the " it 's terribly boring? " You DO know it was n't written for an adult.
If you hated his first memoir, why read the second?
To a baby ( the target audience) their mama DOES N'T have any other identity.
This book reflects the baby outlook, not that mama outlook.I ca n't, with these eviewers, sometimes.
As with the Dada book, let me caveat: I do n't care one way or the other for Jimmy Fallon.