Paperback Á Madame Doubtfire Kindle Ü

Paperback  Á Madame Doubtfire Kindle Ü Lydia, Christopher and Natalie are used to domestic turmoil Their parents divorce has not made family life any easier in either home The children bounce to and from their volatile mother, Miranda, and their out of work actor father, Daniel Then Miranda advertises for a cleaning lady who will look after and mind the children after work and Daniel gets the job, disguised as Madame Doubtfire This bittersweet, touching and extremely funny book inspired the highly successful film Mrs Doubtfire , starring Robin Williams

10 thoughts on “Madame Doubtfire

  1. Sandy Sandy says:

    I saw the movie so many times that I lost count I love it, it is so funny.That being said, I don t like the book very much It s not funny at all I really don t know about divorce at all In this book, it is horrible The parents are always fighting with each other and verbally bashing each other seperately in front of the kids The father, Daniel, was always pretending to act

  2. Rebecca McNutt Rebecca McNutt says:

    Not really a bad book that being said it s very misleading It offers the promise of being really funny but instead it s just incredibly sad, as the children in the story are thrown around through their parents messy divorce And if you ve ever seen the 1990 s Robin Williams film adaptation, this book will likely be just a big disappointment to you.

  3. Nusrat Mahmood Nusrat Mahmood says:

    The book is good but the movie is better I mean being a bookworm it does not mean you stick to the idea that the book shall always better than the movie over, there was Robin Williams in it and you know how perfectly he pulls of Danielle there.who does not like a movie RW in it duh oh okay sorry it s a book review not a movie But ROBIN WILLIAMS man

  4. Nicky Nicky says:

    I don t think I would have enjoyed Madame Doubtfire even as a kid The emotionally fraught parts of it probably wouldn t have bothered me the family torn apart by divorce, etc, though it would bother some children but I would have been too embarrassed by the whole charade for words, and that s how I feel now, as an adult.It s an attempt at realism, really despite the rather whacky concept It deals wi

  5. Chris Chris says:

    I didn t know there was a book that inspired the movie until I watched the special features of Mrs Doubtfire on DVD I went out and got the book right away and started reading it The chapters are long but you wouldn t know that from reading this book The story flows so eloquently that it s hard to put it down.The story of Miranda and Daniel are one that many children today,so than ever, have to deal with beca

  6. Lisa Lisa says:

    A 3 star rating to me is somewhere between a 5.5 and 7 on a 10 point scale The movie ruined the book for me It is one of my favourites and I can watch it over and over again Robin Williams is brilliant and so this the movie s added feature of Dan being a voice actor I think that gave the story a lotdepth The book was missing that depth And the fact that the children view spoiler knew from the start that Dan was Doubt

  7. Anna Anna says:

    More like 2.5 Stars This was probably the harshest not to say it wasn t fairly well written , most depressing kid s book I ve read A realistic and extremely uncomfortable portrayal of the effects of a nasty divorce aftermath on the children being yanked in both directions That said, I ll stick with the movie from now on.

  8. Fiona Fiona says:

    The film is better than the book It was a bit of a shock to find out that it was firstly a book and secondly by an author that I have read a couple of books of as a child I can t say i was into her books much back then Thirdly it is most definitely British and written in the way books were back in the early 90s and before where the children sounded so awfully posh So prim and proper Ugh.I kind of preferred it as American as I coughs n

  9. Phylicia Phylicia says:

    I think it wasehnot as good as the movie Then again, they never are.Daniel lied saying he had a job as a nude modelGloria s neighbor name in the movie is Mrs Hooper in the bookMiranda has red hair 37 Chapter 3, everyone fears MirandaMiranda worked at Hillard s lighting Emporium, while in the movie, Miranda was an interior decoratorNatalie opened the door for Madame D 58 when they first met, not MirandaMadame Doubtfire Dan tapped Natalie on the

  10. Mariam Abood Mariam Abood says:

    I am sadly currently writing this review in the wake of Robin Williams death Williams was a truly marvellous actor and comedian, and I feel Hollywood, as well as the world, has lost a true gem tonight.I m not going to lie, I remember being incredibly confused reading this when I was a kid I adored the movie, so when I heard it had been inspired by this book, obviously I decided to read this book immediately The problem was, the movie wasn t exactly fai

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