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NY Times reviews Bill O'Reilly's book for kids

November 8, 2004 7:53 AM

Bill finally got what he always wanted -- a New York Times book review. And it starts with this doozy: "Bill O'Reilly, who became rich and successful by behaving like an adolescent on television, has now written an advice book for adolescents on how to become rich and successful. "

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Read the 5 comments.

Cici:

Actually, a friend of mine sent me a link to reviews about it on Amazon.com because I ran into the book at Borders this weekend. Needless to day, I had a good laugh.

Tue Nov 9 2004 12:55 AM


Tom from Madison:

O'Reilly's previous books were actually written at a level suitable for 9-16 year olds. I'm glad he finally found his audience!

Tue Nov 9 2004 9:16 AM


Independent Jones:

I particularly enjoyed Chapter 8: The Art of Shut Up and Other Tactics to Avoid Intelligent Debate.

Plus his appendix of sexual aide reference materials was ripe with information.

Thanks, Bill!

Tue Nov 9 2004 12:24 PM


Alexa Helton:

You should be ashamed, Bill O'Reilly is the greatest thing that ever happened! I read his book and I learned alot from it, it was about time to hear a book for kids and teens about real things we have to deal with these days. You my friends are acting like foolish children, saying hes such a bad person and backing up the notion that O'Reilly for Kids is a stupid book. You might actually want to read it before you sit on your little throne and preach to the rest of us.

YAY O'Reilly,
Alexa Helton, 13

Thu Jun 16 2005 3:48 PM


alex howard:

i have your book and i think it is really great.
I know you most like will not get this e-mail but i hope so because my mom listens to you every day.
I live in ohio and i'm 13 years old i think your a great american.

Tue Feb 7 2006 12:38 PM


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