Tracy Beckerman is convinced she was abducted by aliens and dropped off in the suburbs of New Jersey. How else could she explain the fact that one minute she was a single city chick shopping sample sales, and the next, a married mother of two picking through garage sales? In this hilarious romp through the well-manicured lawns of suburbia, Beckerman takes on everyone from psycho mall moms to sinister cappuccino barristers, and proves you don’t have to drive a minivan to make it it in the ‘burbs. Straight from the pages of her hugely successful syndicated humor column, LOST IN SUBURBIA®, Tracy Beckerman’s Rebel without a Minivan is an irreverent and entertaining ride that will leave you snorting with laughter and cheering in the checkout aisles. Find out why ducks fear her, the DMV loathes her, and nearly a million readers of her column adore her.
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PRAISE FOR REBEL WITHOUT A MINIVAN: OBSERVATIONS ON LIFE IN THE ‘BURBS
The Star-Ledger: “If you live in suburban New Jersey, have a couple of kids and are still desperately trying to retain just a little of your former hipness, Tracy Beckerman is telling your story.”
NJ Monthly Magazine: “In her irreverent collection of essays, Rebel Without a Minivan, Tracy Beckerman finds the humor in her personal transformation from chic city chick to wife and mother in the Jersey ‘burbs. Along the way she battles mall moms, cappuccino baristas, and the dreaded DMV.”
Julie Long, author of “Baby: An Owners Manual”: “Tracy was a hip, cool New York city girl until having a baby forced her into the suburbs of New Jersey. Her essays highlight her foibles and survival strategies adjusting to the double-whammy of motherhood and suburban life.”
Role Mommy: “In Rebel without a Minivan, the fabulously gifted syndicated humor writer Tracy Beckerman shares an incredible collection of essays on what it’s like to be a former city slicker living life in the ‘burbs. No matter which story you select, you’ll find yourself laughing out loud and completely relating to Tracy’s identity crisis.
Our Town News: “(Tracy’s) book is ‘a must-read for anyone in need of a good laugh.’”
Michael Shapiro, editor, The Alternative Press: “The essays involving her husband really hit home – the same issues arise in my house!”