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Yes Please Paperback – Jun 2015
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The funniest, smartest and frankest memoir I've ever read (Doug Johnstone, Books of the Year 2014 Herald)
Required reading for all young women (Best Books of 2014 Huffington Post)
A joy . . . [Poehler] has particularly smart advice on how to ignore the internal whispers that give rise to self-loathing; it should be piped into the girls' changing rooms at every secondary school (Books of the Year 2014 Evening Standard)
[A] bristlingly intelligent, guffaw-out-loud memoir . . . Yes Please isn't a scan of the comedic brain so much as it is something far better-the full exposure of Poehler's funny and very magnanimous heart (Elle)
Hilarious . . . wickedly funny and razor sharp (Observer)
Yes Please is what happens if you take the wit of Saturday Night Live, sprinkle it with the warmth of Nora Ephron and marinade it in the spirit of the best, most empowering women's magazine . . . Poehler is that rare thing: wise without being bossy, smart without making you feel a bit stupid, funny without making you wince. And her book is like sitting in your kitchen with your best friend, drinking too much wine, laughing, crying and maybe doing embarrassing mum dancing (Harper’s Bazaar)
Half memoir, half advice column, and 100 percent wisecracking, sharp-as-hell, belly-laugh-making Poehler (GQ)
Funny, wise, earnest, honest, spiritually ambitious . . . a smart and funny woman who isn't either of those things all the time and doesn't mind admitting it because she thinks that's important (LA Times)
[Amy Poehler] is simply one of the best things about the 21st century so far. . . one of this year's essential reads (Stylist)
Ladies and gentlemen, allow me to introduce you to the only book I care about these days: Yes Please by Amy Poehler. Amy Poehler is an American actor, comedian and writer. She is also a mighty force for good... I know you're sick of celebrity memoirs, you're sick of female celebrities talking about feminism, blah blah blah. Well, that's just fine because Poehler's book is so much more than that. Poehler is the only person in the world other than Nora Ephron who can be funny about divorce (and she is so funny about divorce), and she is definitely the only person in the world from whom I will accept sex tips (and her sex tips are great). But most of all, she's super smart (Hadley Freeman Guardian)
A memoir in essays in the bestselling tradition of Tina Fey's Bossypants and Caitlin Moran's How To Be a WomanSee all Product description
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