1. The toilet paper trick: Unrolling the bathroom tissue to redecorate the living room.
2. The 1 a.m. commute: The toddler who’d rather sleep in your bed than his and has to be carried back and forth every hour on the hour.
3. The Main St. Tantrum: Why couldn’t he have it at home instead of in front of half the town?
4. The Shopping Spree: Mom’s trying to shop. Valerie’s trying to take the department store apart.
Here’s a fun youtube video with kids acting out the poems, narrated by Howard.
Adorable Scoundrels, a book that is such good medicine for harried parents of toddlers that it belong in every medicine cabinet. When a vase is broken or toilet paper unrolled across the living room floor and headaches are queen-sized, the doctor might say, “Take two aspirins and call me in the morning.” Mom can read two poems, regain her sense of humor, and have a wonderful day.”It’s perfect for people think the toddler years are the most difficult years of parenting. The truth is all you need to make three years of broken vases and unrolled toilet paper your happiest parenting years is a sense of humor.Howard is available for interviews, signings, appearances and book readings & giveaways!Here is a Huffington Post article:
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