Acclaim for Even June Cleaver Would Forget the Juice Box

Parent Bloggers Network awarded the book the PBN Seal of Approval.

Cool Mom Picks picked Even June Cleaver Would Forget the Juice Box designated it as one of Bellaziza’s Favorites

Mamapalooza listed it in Products We Love

Real moms said:

“I read Even June Cleaver Would Forget the Juice Box last summer and it changed my life! I really do still go back and flip through it to reassure myself I am doing just fine raising my kids!”                      Amy Wheeler, Olathe, KS

“I really think that every mom needs this book.It has been life changing.”                                              Kristen Doyle,

“This isn’t another book telling you to just do it, … Ann … walks you through it.”

“What a great gift for modern moms!”                                                        Karly at

“For as much as I didn’t think Dunnewold’s book would apply to my life, it does.”

“Dunnewold has written a book that may just be a survival guide to parenthood.

“This is a fantastic book. I typically LOATHE parenting books because they come off so preachy and my-way-or-the-highway, but this book is relaxing.”                                  

“So if you are feeling overwhelmed by the whole parenting gig (and really, who isn’t from time to time?), check out Even June Cleaver Would Forget the Juice Box. I promise, you’ll feel a heck of a lot better if you do.”                                                                

Experts and Authors said:

Harriet Lerner, Ph.D., author of The Dance of Anger, The Mother Dance, says:

“Perfectionism is the arch enemy of mothers everywhere. Dr. Dunnewold gives us a wise and user-friendly book that helps us to say ‘Enough!’ to non-productive guilty, worry, and self-doubt–and ‘Yes!’ to the simple ways we can learn to take better care of ourselves and our kids.”

Christie Mellor, author of The Three Martini Playdate and The Three Martini Family Vacation says:

“A reality check for parents, loaded with sensible advice and useful mantras, this book shows how jumping off the runaway train of Perfect Parenting is not only better for you, but teaches your child valuable lessons about real people living real lives. We’re doing a Perfectly Good Job, and we are not alone!”

Andrea J. Buchanan, author of Note to Self, The Daring Book for Girls, and The Double Daring Book for Girls says:

“Finally — a book for mothers that does not blame or judge, but offers insight, guidance, and a healthy dose of compassion. . . .Mothers for whom “good enough” doesn’t seem good enough will read this book with relief.”

Buy the book now on Amazon.Even June Cleaver Would Forget the Juice Box: Cut Yourself Some Slack (and Still Raise Great Kids) in the Age of Extreme Parenting

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