Cheaper by the Dozen
HarperCollins, Mar 29, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 224 pages
No growing pains have ever been more hilarious than those suffered loudly by the riotous Gilbreth clan. First there are a dozen red-haired, freckle-faced kids to contend with. Then there's Dad, a famous efficiency expert who believes a family can be run just like a factory. Finally there's Mother, his partner in everything except discipline. How they all survive such escapades as forgetting Frank Jr. in a roadside restaurant or going on a first date with Dad in the backseat or having their tonsils removed en masse will keep you in stitches. You can be sure they're not only cheaper, they're funnier by the dozen.
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Review: Cheaper by the Dozen (Cheaper by the Dozen #1)User Review - Susan Howe - Goodreads
The only reason I did not give it five stars is that it has a racist minstrel show reference near the end of the book (a product of the times). If one could read it without that reference, it would be an excellent book. Read full review
Review: Cheaper by the Dozen (Cheaper by the Dozen #1)User Review - Jessica (Books: A true story) - Goodreads
This book is also reviewed on my blog Books: A true story Cheaper by the Dozen is a charming story about a dad full of personality and how he raises his twelve kids. The dad is witty, blunt, sarcastic ... Read full review
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