Youve Been Volunteered

Youve Been Volunteered In the eagerly anticipated follow up to Laurie Gelman s irreverent and hilarious The New York Post hit Class Mom, brash, lovable Jen Dixon is back with a new class and her work cut out for herIf you ve ever been a room parent or school volunteer, Jen Dixon is your hero She says what every class mom is really thinking, whether in her notoriously frank emails or standup worthy interactions with the micromanaging PTA President and the gamut of difficult parents Luckily, she has the charm and wit to get away with it most of the time Jen is sassier than ever but dealing with a whole new set of challenges, in the world of parental politics and at home.She s been roped into room parenting yet again, for her son Max s third grade class, but as her husband buries himself in work, her older daughters navigate adulthood, and Jen s own aging parents start to need some parenting themselves, Jen gets pulled indirections than any one mom, or superhero, can handle Refreshingly down to earth and brimming with warmth, Dixon s next chapter will keep you turning the pages to find out what s really going on under the veneer of polite parent interactions, and have you laughing along with her the whole way. Best Download Youve Been Volunteered [ by ] Laurie Gelman [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 304 pages
  • Youve Been Volunteered
  • Laurie Gelman
  • English
  • 08 November 2018

12 thoughts on “Youve Been Volunteered

  1. says:

    Okay, friends This book is too much fun I had some big ole belly laughs, which I needed Jen Dixon is the main character here She s a class mom, and this is the follow up to the first book, aptly named Class Mom If you ve ever been a school volunteer, or worked in a school period, you ll appreciate Jen s frankness She doesn t hold back in her emails to the annoying PTA president and with other parents either.This time she s room mom for Max s third grade class But now Jen hasOkay, friends This book is too much fun I had some big ole belly laughs, which I needed Jen Dixon is the main character here She s a class mom, and this is the follow up to the first book, aptly named Class Mom If you ve ever been a school volunteer, or worked in a school period, you ll appreciate Jen s frankness She doesn t hold back in her emails to the annoying PTA president and with other parents either.This time she s room mom for Max s third grade class But now Jen hason her plate, including aging parents, adult daughters finding their way, and a sometimes neglectful husband.Jen says what we all may have thought at one point or another, so her voice is innately refreshing and bold It s also distinctly relatable, as are Jen s difficulties trying to manage it all at home and balance her volunteering.Overall, You ve Been Volunteered is an entertaining story, one that I m sure will make you be...

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    Dear Laurie Gelman,Thank you so, so much for writing this book Without it, I m not sure how I would have gotten through my stay at the hospital It kept me laughing, giggling and nearly peeing my pants It lifted my spirits It was honest, funny and heartbreaking I have nev...

  3. says:

    4.5 StarsJen Dixon is back I loved Class Mom so you can imagine how excited I was to get an advanced copy of You ve Been Volunteered , sequel to the first book Thank you NetGalley, Laurie Gelman, and Henry Holt Company for the opportunity to be one of the first ones to read and review this awesome book And once again Laurie Gelman does not disappointI was belly laughing while reading about Jen Dixon s new adventures in being Class Mom As I was reading the novel I kept thinking 4.5 StarsJen Dixon is back I loved Class Mom so you can imagine how excited I was to get an advanced copy of You ve Been Volunteered , sequel to the first book Thank you NetGalley, Laurie Gelman, and Henry Holt Company for the opportunity to be one of the first ones to read and review this awesome book And once again L...

  4. says:

    Release Date July 23, 2019 Genre Chick Lit Actual Rating 4 starsWhile I was slightly disappointed that this book wasn t as funny as the first book in the series I did enjoy it quite a bit You ve Been Volunteered should be read after Class Mom I say this because both books follow Jen Dixon, her family, and her classroom duties that she may or may not dislike However, this book CAN stand on it s own if you choose to do so Both books are light, funny, and have their own story line A Release Date July 23, 2019 Genre Chick Lit Actual Rating 4 starsWhile I was slightly disappointed that this book wasn t as funny as the first book in the series I did enjoy it quite a bit You ve Been Volunteered should be read after Class Mom I say this because both books follow Jen Dixon, her family, and her classroom duties that she may or may not dislike However, this book CAN stand on it s own if you choose to do so Both books are light, funny, and have their own story line Also you wouldn t necessarily feel lost because everything you need to know about the characters happen within each book So while I do suggest read...

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    In the latest book, Jen Dixon our snarky entertaining hero from Class Mom reluctantly becomes the room parent for her son Max s third grade class Although many of the parents children have returned, Gelman introduces us to evennew quirky parents.With her best friend having moved away, Jen must also deal with a new PTA President she can t quite figure out as well as reluctantly volunteering as the new safety guard coordinator Meanwhile back at the homeJen is dealing with a mouthy Max, In the latest book, Jen Dixon our snarky entertaining hero from Class Mom reluctantly becomes the room parent for her son Max s third grade class Although many of the parents children have returned, Gelman introduces us to evennew quirky parents.With her best friend having moved away, Jen must also deal with a new PTA President she can t quite figure out as well as reluctantly volunteering as the new safety guard coordinator Meanwhile back at the homeJen is dealing with a mouthy Max, a husband who is never home any, a mother who has just finished Chemo for breast cancer and a daughter who isfollow...

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    To My bookstagram peeps From Basic B s Guide Date Re You ve been Volunteered reviewGreetings nerds,Jen Dixon is back and as snarky as ever With Max now in 3rd grade she s roped into being class mom again and back at it with her sassy emails She s giving me great material for my current job as PTA treasurerLike her previous book, Class Mom, we have a cast of characters that feel all too familiar Gelman even tackles some heavy topics while still keeping it light and breezy While I didn To My bookstagram peeps From Basic B s Guide Date Re You ve been Volunteered reviewGreetings nerds,Jen Dixon is back and as snarky as ever With Max now in 3rd grade she s roped into being class mom again and back at it with her sassy emails She s giving me great material for my current job as PTA treasurerLike her previous book, Class Mom, we have a cast of characters that feel all too familiar Gelman even tackles some heavy topics...

  7. says:

    I cannot tell you how excited I was to learn that Laurie Gelman, author of the absolutely hilarious book Class Mom was writing a sequel If you have or had elementary aged children, you will most definitely relate to the funny situations and amusing characters which Gelman has introduced to the reader.In the latest book, Jen Dixon our snarky entertaining hero from Class Mom reluctantly becomes the room parent for her son Max s third grade class Although many of the parents children have returne I cannot tell you how excited I was to learn that Laurie Gelman, author of the absolutely hilarious book Class Mom was writing a sequel If you have or had elementary aged children, you will most definitely relate to the funny situations and amusing characters which Gelman has introduced to the reader.In the latest book, Jen Dixon our snarky entertaining hero from Class Mom reluctantly becomes the room parent for her son Max s third grade class Although many of the parents children have returned, Gelman introduces us to evennew quirky parents.With her best friend having moved away, Jen must also deal with a new PTA President she can t quite figure out as well as reluctantly volunteering as the new safety guard coordinator Meanwhile back at the homeJen is dealing with a mouthy Max, a husband who is never home any, a mothe...

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    4 laugh out loud, wipe the tears, don t wet your pants stars to You ve Been Volunteered I enjoyed Laurie Gelmans first book, Class Mom I am happy to report that there is no sopho slump in book two In fact, I think the author has found her stride and I enjoyed book two evenIn this installment, Jen Dixon is back as class mom for her sons 3rd grade class In addition to her role, Jen has been tasked as the head of the safety patrol volunteers Shenanigans ensue and her class emails are 4 laugh out loud, wipe the tears, don t wet your pants stars to You ve Been Volunteered I enjoyed Laurie Gelmans first book, Class Mom I am happy to report that there is no sopho slump in book two In fact, I think the author has found her stride and I enjoyed book two evenIn this installment, Jen Dixon is back as class mom for her sons 3rd grade class In addition to her role, Jen has been tasked as the head of the safety patrol volunteers Shenanigans ensue and her class emails are back in action I LOVE the...

  9. says:

    I loved this book eventhan the first one I was laughing out loud at lots of parts and tearing up towards the end I can t wait to readof Laurie s books One of my favorite parts was the naming of Ron s BMW If you liked the first book, youre going to love this one YouveBeenVolunteered NetGalley

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    It s like Laurie Gelman is in my head I ve been Class Mom I ve been voluntold to do something I ve written ALL the emails The wit and sass that go into Jen s it could be me IF I wrote everything I wanted to write Remove my filter and I am Jen Dixon And I love every bit of it I even read a few emails from the book to my husband and he agreed What can I say For every parent that has been class mom, knows a class mom, or has been suckered into something, this one s for you You will under It s like Laurie Gelman is in my head I ve been Class Mom I ve been voluntold to do something I ve written ALL the emails The wit and sass that go into Jen s it could be me IF I wrote everything I wanted to write Remove my filter and I am Jen Dixon And I love every bit of it I even read a few emails from the book to my husband and he agreed What can I say For every parent that has been class mom, knows a class mom, or has been suckered into something, this one s for you You will understand and laugh at Jen s attitude in the books, her sassy emails to the parents, and of course, the responses back In the middle of all that, you ll ...

  11. says:

    Hysterical and so enjoyable 4.5 stars I absolutely love this author s sense of humor, and laughed out loud so many times I really liked her first book Class Mom but I think this one might be even better I am looking forward to the next one because surely she will...

  12. says:

    I was excited to get an advanced copy of You ve Been Volunteered as I heard that Class Moms was great Luckily I was able to get a copy of Class Moms from the library and read both in one weekend I enjoy...

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