Ali Wong’s Dear Girls is good for a few laughs but lacks the sparkle of her stand-up
Dear Girls: Intimate Tales, Untold Secrets & Advice for Living Your Best Life

by Ali Wong

Random House

2/5 stars

The other day, I chided my young daughter for rolling on the floor and kicking up her legs while wearing a dress in public. “It’s not nice to do that,” I said. “It’s good to feel natural in your body, but some body parts are private.”

Then I went to YouTube to view videos of Ali Wong, whose first book I’d been assigned to review, and watched a heavily pregnant woman rolling on…

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