TV Moms

5.0 out of 5 stars I LOVE MY “TELEMOMS!”, May 10, 2000



This review is from: Tv Moms (Paperback)

Do you wear pearls and heels to sweep the floors? ; ) Me? I’m more like Peg Bundy! Well maybe not *that* bad! TV Moms: An Illustrated Guide” is such a GREAT little book! There’s almost every TV MOM you can think of in this book and some you may have forgotten. I know I had forgotten some of these moms and it was great to “see” them again! I highly recommend this book because it follows women as they changed through the decades and I found it more insightful than any sociology textbook could EVER be! This is a fun and interesting book and even my kids like reading it too.

5.0 out of 5 stars Fun and informative reading!, June 4, 2000


Midwest Book Review (Oregon, WI USA)

This review is from: Tv Moms (Paperback)

TV Moms is an illustrated guide which is packed with black and white photos revealing the programs and shows which created images of mothers for television audiences. From the black working single mother portrayed in Julia to Edith Bunker in All in the Family and Carol Brady in The Brady Bunch, TV Moms examines the images and roles represented by television mothers.

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