“This fresh, candid, and wonderfully humorous memoir about a mother's efforts to rid her home of TV once and for all will appeal to any parent who would like to also banish the television set from the household.” Full Review >
“Despite being somewhat neurotic, Currey-Wilson has an engaging narrative style. She is making slow progress on her path toward enlightenment; the way she entwines stories of her own spiritual growth with tales of her son’s physical and intellectual progress is reminiscent of Anne Lamott’s Operating Instructions.” Full Review >
“While Currey-Wilson is serious about her efforts to change America’s TV viewing habits, her approach in this book is laugh out loud humor in which she pokes fun at her own efforts to wean herself from television and worrying that her son will be ostracized for not knowing the theme song to Sesame Street.” Full Review >
Robert Wilder, author of Daddy Needs a Drink.
“All parents should tear themselves away from the TV long enough to read this book.”