“The dubious pleasures of living in the suburbs, where raccoons use window boxes at will as latrines and cars are apparently smarter than their drivers, are the focus of these essays by Yeager. ...there are resonances here, particularly for suburban dwellers and parents alike."
-Marlene Satter, ForeWord Magazine
"...accurate and entertaining... An absolute must for anyone interested in the perils of suburban mid-life."
"An easy-to-follow and quite humorous take on the conundrum of living the suburban life in an age of the ‘Sandwich Generation’... very highly recommended reading, particularly for members of the Sandwich Generation, for its hilarious satirical but all-too-true interpretation of life and responsibility for baby boomer age grown-ups as well as offering a thoroughly thought-out and well written social analysis."
-Wisconsin Bookwatch, The Midwest Book Review
"Yeager's essays are a quirky joyride through the intersection of middle age, suburbia and parenthood"
-Jim Sollisch, NPR essayist
"185 pages of the best humor since Erma Bombeck. If you can't relate to most of what Yeager writes about, look for your ship back to Mars to land any minute."
"Yeager's engaging comic pieces exude native intelligence and hard-won wisdom"
-Eric Broder, The Great Indoors
"Yeager's subjects are universal. His unique background and experiences make for many entertaining and offbeat insights into modern family life."
-Brien Palmer, Comcast.net