The creator of Girls has spun the show's themes into a book, but it's still just about one, tiresome thing.
A multi-country study finds that merely having a few books in the home gives a child an educational advantage.
The romantic appeal of the novel is, of course, at odds with its outmoded gender paradigm.
I can hardly wait to publish my new parenting book, the thesis of which will run something thus: "German-Swiss-Slovak-Canadian Catholic” parents are demonstrably superior at raising children..."
If I had a definitive (and easy) solution to the dilemma of overweight children, I might well be a millionaire. As it is, life tends to be a little more difficult and complex.
Maybe something is changing for the better out there among Generation Y.
A British journalist in her early 30s has written a book about
renouncing sex for a year in order to get control of her emotional life.
It’s called Chastened.
It is not everyone’s idea of an occasion to celebrate but a publisher named Alyson Books has brought out a twentieth anniversary edition of the famous child’s primer on same-sex relationships: Heather Has Two Mommies.
Top of the New York Times Book Review this week is Elizabeth Gilbert’s sort-of romantic travelogue, Committed. It's the kind of book the Times seems to love.