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Confessions of a Prep School Mommy Handler When Wade Rouse A Rural, Public School Graduate Who Grew Up Hee Haw Than Dynasty Was Hired As The Director Of Publicity At The Prestigious Tate Academy, He Quickly Discovered His Real Job Was To Make A Few Of The Very Pretty, Very Rich, Very Mean Mommies Of The Elite Students Happy Enter Former Tate Beauty Queen And Sports Star Katherine Isabelle Ludington Kitsy To Her Friends Who Went To An Ivy, Married An Ivy, And Made A Lot Of Money Now, She Is Wade S VIP Volunteer And A Perfectly Coiffed Nightmare.In Between Designing Louis Vuitton Inspired Reunion Invitations, Dressing As Ronald Reagan For Halloween, And Surviving Surprise Botox Parties, Wade Tries To Tame Kitsy And Her Pink Lilly Pulitzer Clad Posse While Reclaiming His Self Esteem Following A Year In The Life Of The Super Rich And Super Spoiled, Confessions Of A Prep School Mommy Handler Is Hilarious, Heartbreaking, And Deliciously Catty From The Hardcover Edition.

10 thoughts on “Confessions of a Prep School Mommy Handler

  1. says:

    This book is a memoir, but reads like fiction in a good way I had the same reaction to many parts of The Devil Wears Prada utter disbelief that people can actually act this way But then I had to remember that this author worked at MICDS a prep school in my home town of St Louis , and his accounts are based on his experiences there For a public school graduate who went to college with many MICDS alums, it is hardly surprising that these things happened at a place like MICDS A quick an This book is a memoir, but reads like fiction in a good way I had the same reaction to many parts of The Devil Wears Prada utter disbelief that people can actually act this way But then I had to remember t...

  2. says:

    I just read this for the second time I liked it better the second time The first time was soon after it was published The first time it was silly and funny, but over the top And I dislike unproductive, self centered ...

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    I read this book because of all of the hub bub it caused when I will still living in St Louis Because, yes, the school talked about here is most likely MICDS seeing as all one has to do is google Wade Rouse or read the St Louis Post Dispatch to know that he worked theretwice.I wanted to see how Rouse described the school since many of my friends from College and Grad school went there Needless to say, I wasthan disappointed Not that I don t believe that SOME of this happened I read this book because of all of the hub bub it caused when I will still living in St Louis Because, yes, the school talked about here is most likely MICDS seeing as all one has to do is google Wade Rouse or read the St Louis Post Dispatch to know that he worked theretwice.I wanted to see how Rouse described the school since many of my friends from College and Grad school went there Needless to say, I wasthan disappointed Not that...

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    4.25 stars.I ve said it before about Rouse s books and I ll say it again I should not read them in public I laughed so hard, okay, snorted, in one sitting at lunch that I m surprised my uvula is still attached.In Confessions of a Prep School Mommy Handler, Rouse recounts his time as Director of Public Relations in, as he put it, independent education, though names are changed, people are combined and time and scenes are compressed I kind of hate this aspect of memoirs If these people are so 4.25 stars.I ve said it before about Rouse s books and I ll say it again I should not read them in public I laughed so hard, okay, snorted, in one sitting at lunch that I m surprised my uvula is still attached.In Confessions of a Prep School Mommy Handler, Rouse recounts his time as Director of Public Relations in, as he put it, independent education, though names are changed, people are combined and time and scenes are compressed I kind of hate this aspect of memoirs If these people are so awful, screw them, they deserve to be publicly outed as the racist assholes they are I just wish I knew how much of this is exactly as it happened and how much has been changed While part of me wants to feel tricked or like this isakin to fiction since it s not a 100% accurate retelling, the rest of me, the larger part, doesn t give a crap because I m so amused by everything that is happening to Rouse.Despite his title, prep school mommy handler is definitely aappropri...

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    much better than i expected it s a memoir about a gay man who works PR for a private prep school elementary through high school for some reason, i went in thinking that the school was on the east coast, perhaps an all boys boarding school for the upper grades i was basically picturing the school my ex husband attended i was expecting this book to just be a bunch of dishy oh, these rich women their fussy demands stories funny, but maybe kind of shallow.i was not at all expecting much better than i expected it s a memoir about a gay man who works PR for a private prep school elementary through high school for some reason, i went in thinking that the school was on the east coast, perhaps an all boys boarding school for the upper grades i was basically picturing the school my ex husband attended i was expecting this book to just be a bunch of dishy oh, these rich women their fussy demands stories funny, but maybe kind of shallow.i was not at all expecting this story to be set at an all grades prep school in the midwest the fact that mothers of very young children were involved justi don t know it made the stories a little sadder to me the book is far less just a collection of crazy stories than it is an exploration of how feeling ...

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    I am considering giving this book four stars, especially since I can t stop thinking about some of the issues it touches upon Having worked at a prep school in the Northeast, there are some strong comparisons to be made between his school and my old school thankfully, though, it was not 1 1 I found the author, telling his own story, almost to be a caricature of himself, and I could not help but wonder if this was intentional He certainly did not inspire me to like him much since he wanted t I am considering giving this book four stars, especially since I can t stop thinking about some of the issues it touches upon Having worked at a prep school in the Northeast, there are some strong comparisons to be made between his school and my old school thankfully, though, it was not...

  7. says:

    First of all, Wade Rouse is hilarious I actually didn t realize he was the author of this book until I finally picked it up off the shelf around two or three years after I got it But I was thrilled to see it was by him because I ve read him and love him before At Least In The City Someone Would Hear Me Scream In this memoir, Wade is facing a team of Mean Girl mommies whose lea...

  8. says:

    I have taken this out of the library a few times with the intention of reading it, but I just never got around to it Until yesterday.This is a memoir about a man realizing his past and present aren t all that different Rouse is a PR director at a very prestigious prep school in the Midwest He flips between the present and his past as an unpopular kid Rouse is open about his sexuality and how much he has to hide it at his job He is reconciling who he has become with the kid he was It is an I have taken this out of the library a few times with the intention of reading it, but I just never got around to it Until yesterday.This is a memoir about a man realizing his past and present aren t all that different Rouse is a PR director at a very prestigious prep school in the Midwest He flips between the present and his past as an unpopular kid Rouse is...

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    I picked this book up from the library because one of my book club friends mentioned that it was based on MICDS, a private school here in St Louis I was curious, and I love a good dishy memoir The book is both funny and melencholy, and it s a quick read.My thoughts I belong to the Junior League, so I have had some interaction with the social class he is describing but I was glad of his mention at the end that when he came back to work at the school again a few years later the Mean Mommies I picked this book up from the library because one of my book club friends mentioned that it was based on MICDS, a private school here in St Louis I was curious, and I love a good dishy memoir The book is both funny and melencholy, and it s a quick read.My thoughts I belong to the Junior League, so I have had some interaction with the social class he is describing but I was glad of his mention at the end that when he came back to work at the school again a few years later the Mean Mommies had been pushed out of the spotlight I can t say that I have met many women who would fit the mold he is describing I don t know one woman who takes her dog everywhere and dresses it in daily outfits Since he brings it up in the book, I have to admit something I don t like Lilly Pulitzer s clothes Hoo boy Too much pink, the patterns are gaudy, and honestly a lot of it is just ...

  10. says:

    course Wade writes a wonderfully witty book, but I gasped out loudthan I laughed The behavior reported by Wade was so ghastly that it almost seemed unbelievable But having worked retail for nearly 20 years, I know that it was all too true As the school year progresses we watch Wade struggle with the battle of good vs evil Does he do his job and cater to this over privileged bitchy women or does he go with his heart and do the right thing when course Wade writes a wonderfully witty book, but I gasped out loudthan I laughed The behavior reported by Wade was so ghastly t...

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