Whether she's doing her taxes or extolling the virtues of Madonna's mothering skills, Celia Rivenbark will keep you laughing.
©2008 Celia Rivenbark; (P)2008 Macmillan Audio
I truly enjoyed listening to this book read by the author. There were humorous observations of life from the perspective of a southerner, but they ring true no matter where you are! She tells it like it is.
Wife, Mother, Photographer. Obsessed with Great White Sharks, urban legends, Sweet Valley High and horror movies.
This book is funny. Really funny. Maybe because Celia is like the southern version of myself. From falling in love with granite, to dealing with popular moms and tween sleepovers, she is my spirit animal.
This book was written around 10 years ago, so there are some references yall might not get if you are younger. But they are still funny.
This is one of my a time fav listens. This is on my regular rotation of bed time listening
I think that maybe southern belles would enjoy this, although, not knowing any, I still have my doubts.
No. This is pegged as a comedy book and I love nothing more than laughing so hard it hurts. This didn't even get a snicker.
The narrator is the author and I don't know who told her she should read her book herself because it's almost painful to the ears.
The main character.
It is one of the more hilarious books I have read. It was my first Cecilia Rivenbark books, and I will definitely say there will be more to come in my future!
Cecilia was my favorite character of course because she is so down to earth, the other moms seem so ridiculous. I love someone that can be real and has no problem letting others know just why and how they are so ridiculous.
No, I have not but I will be in the near future!
Yes it was, and luckily I was on a long car drive. It kept me laughing the entire way!
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