Thursday, 3 March 2016

Yes Please By Amy Poehler

First thing I need to say, she is so funny, inspiring & wise and this book is written with honest views on her life.  It wasn't the best autobiography I have ever read, but it was the funniest one I have read. It starts off with her quiet upbringing in Boston, her years of improv and training, to her success on Saturday Night Live and Parks & Recreation. She delves into all areas of life, offering up stories about motherhood and working to achieve your goals.

I haven't really heard of Amy Poehler before reading this book, but so many people said what a great read this book is so I had to read it and am so glad I did.


Mrs P

Here is a little video from Little Miss P

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