Books I’m Afraid to Recommend

Sedaris writes masterful tales of family dysfunction. His best essays make me laugh until I cry (and--bonus!--leave me feeling pretty good about my own family's functionality). But he is sometimes cynical and often crass, the language can be totally objectionable, and the themes ensure that I don't forget to put his books on high shelves instead of leaving them on the coffee table where my young readers might flip them open.
Buy from Amazon Kindle
Buy from Amazon
Buy from
Buy from Barnes and Noble Nook