In the tradition of Bossy Pants, by Tina Fey, this book is a compilation of musings by her friend, Amy Poehler. In fact, I liked this one better. Amy Poehler speaks about her roots in improv and comedy, her earlier, hungrier days, and her experiences on SNL and on Parks and Rec. She speaks about her family, her marriage, and her children in sort of random order. She is funny, smart, honest and a little philosophical and the book definitely held my attention all the way through.
A nice little break from the serious stuff I’ve been reading… Shout out to my daughter who is her biggest fan and who lent me her pre-ordered book!