Gummi Bears Should Not Be Organic

  • by Stefanie Wilder-Taylor
  • Narrated by Stefanie Wilder-Taylor
  • 4 hrs and 44 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Stefanie Wilder-Taylor is officially fed up with the endless mommy fads, trends, studies, findings, and facts about how to raise children. Tiger mom or cool mom? Organic or vegan? "TV is the devil" or "TV is a godsend"? The mother of three young girls, Stefanie has finally decided to hell with Google - she's going to find out how to be a mom all on her own.
In this latest mommy audiobook from the popular blogger, author, and TV personality, Stefanie will share her secrets for achieving a balance in motherhood between being protective and caring and downright bats--t crazy. She'll debunk some of the looniest parenting myths and reinforce others; she'll describe how, through as simple a process as good old trial and error, she's learned to pick and choose what works for her and her family and tune out the rest.
Filled with sage advice, laugh-out-loud stories, and Stefanie's signature wit, Gummi Bears Should Not Be Organic is sure to appeal to any and every renegade mom who's forged her own path to childrearing.


What the Critics Say

"A tongue-in-cheek guide to surviving modern motherhood." (Kirkus)


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Your'e A Parent Now...Don't Mess It Up

Stefanie Wilder-Taylor is one funny really she's a mother and she's very funny. I'm not her target demographic ...I'm a guy and my kids are grown and nearly done with college (Yay) but I can remember (parts of) what it was like to raise young kids and her stories ring true. As an LA based quasi celebrity she probably encounters a somewhat nuttier bunch of fellow mothers than most. Statistically it seems unlikely that any one person could come across so many narcissistic self centered half wits as she has...but hey that's LA folks.

Her style is sharp without being cruel and 100% authentic. She also made me actually Laugh Out Loud quite a few times. She performs her own work perfectly...this simply wouldn't be as good if someone else had read it. You can feel the humor and frustration in her voice. My only complaint is that it's a bit short. I don't usually lavish a whole credit on a book that runs a scant 4:44 but it's not a waste. If you are a parent, plan to be a parent...or were ever a child it's a pretty safe bet that you will thoroughly enjoy this book.
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- Tim

Way to go Stephanie Wilder Taylor!

I'm not even a parent but I could relate to this book on many levels. Sometimes I hesitate to listen to author narrated books but she really did a wonderful job.
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- Polly

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-07-2015
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio