The Art of French Parenting

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No need to turn into a Tiger Mother -- writer Pamela Druckerman says it's the French model American parents should be watching. While raising her own children in Paris, Druckerman observed a nation of hands-off, no-nonsense mothers and fathers raising well-tempered children who eat their food and sleep through the night. Should American parents raise their Jacks and Marys more like Jacques and Madelines?

Guests:

Pamela Druckerman, former staff writer for the Wall Street Journal and author of "Bringing Up Bebe: One American Mother Discovers the Wisdom of French Parenting"

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