You need this Dictionary!

Now updated to include over 150 definitions!

IBMP Dictionary of Parenting Terms

Honestly, I don’t know how the world has survived this long without it. The IBMP Dictionary of Parenting Terms is packed with over 150 of the best I’ve Become My Parents Words of the Day and 26 brand-new cartoons!

This handy reference is the authoritative Dictionary and an essential guide for anyone who has children, used to be a child at one point in their lives or has ever been accused of acting like one. I’m pretty sure you’re one of those.

Don’t get me wrong: there is absolutely nothing useful in this thing–but you’re guaranteed a good hearty laugh and if you fit in one of those categories above, you know you need that. Often.

It’s only $.99 so buy a bunch. They’re small enough to fit about 100 copies in your iPhone.

Zombies Night of the living dead tired

Twenty-six brand-new cartoons!

Here’s how to get your copy:

It’s an ebook and you can read it on just about anything with a screen. Download it from Amazon.com or Barnes and Noble. If you don’t have a reader for their ebooks, you can just download an app for whatever device you want to read it on.

Get it from Amazon here.

You can download a free reader app for your PC, Mac, Smartphone, iPad, etc. here.

Get it from Barnes and Noble here.

You can download a free reader app for your PC, Mac, Smartphone, iPad, etc. here.

Go ahead, I’ll wait.

And while you’re there, please rate, review and add a tag to the book. That would make me really happy.

Thanks!

6 Responses “You need this Dictionary!” →
  1. I bought this today. It had better live up to all of the hype! =P

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  2. Yes, well, there is THAT hype… ;)

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