The magic of the Internet. Joanna Weiss does a parenting column in the Boston Globe. She was doing an article on whining. Somehow googling whining found my book and she emailed me for an interview. We talked about an hour and she was delightful. The article was published on July 4th. I got two sentences but still I can't get a mention in our little local paper and I got mentioned in the Boston Globe. If that isn't Internet Magic, I don't know what it is. Here is the link if you are interested.
http://www.boston.com/community/moms/articles/2009/07/04/the_evolution_of_fine_whines/

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