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    Jenny McCarthy
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McCarthy has also starred in The Jenny McCarthy Show, appeared in numerous films, and guest starred on many television shows

McCarthy has also starred in The Jenny McCarthy Show, appeared in numerous films, and guest starred on many television shows. She promotes autism awareness through her activism and has written several books, including Belly Laughs, Mother Warriors, and Healing and Preventing Autism, which was co-written with Dr. Jerry Kartzinel.

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Just when you thought Jenny McCarthy had bared it all, along comes Jen-X: Jenny McCarthy’s Open Book. Here, the former led Out cohost-turned- NBC sitcom star dares to reveal the secrets behind the impressive work of her body. Number of times she tells girls not to get implants: 3. Number of times she mentions her desire to have her implants removed: 7.

Jen-X: Jenny McCarthy's Open Book, an autobiography (Harpercollins November 1997, ISBN 978-0-06-039233-8).

She has promoted the idea that vaccines cause autism and that chelation therapy helped cure her son of autism. Both claims are unsupported by medical consensus, and her son's autism diagnosis has been questioned. Jen-X: Jenny McCarthy's Open Book, an autobiography (Harpercollins November 1997, ISBN 978-0-06-039233-8).

Has anyone read Jenny McCarthy's new book called "Mother Warriors : A Nation of Parents Healing Autism Against . If she hadn't posed nude as often as she did, that book wouldn't have gotten past her front door to the mailbox. Vaccines are not dangerous.

Has anyone read Jenny McCarthy's new book called "Mother Warriors : A Nation of Parents Healing Autism Against All Odds?" If so what are some of the dangerous vaccines that can be omitted in a child's vaccine schedule throughout his/her life? Answer. Diptheria, smallpox, measles, rubella, mumps - those are truly dangerous things, and that is indisputable. The reason these diseases no longer exist in the . is BECAUSE of the vaccines.

This book will chat your ear off, one gal pal to another. In this completely entertaining tell-all, Jenny McCarthy has indeed packaged herself as an open book. This is a tale enamored neither by ambition or success; it's a BH/AH memoir-before and after Hollywood-sometimes raucous, sometimes coolly self-assessing. It's loaded with brash magazine and MTV-style graphics, cute pictures raided from the family album, and zany cartoons of friends, freaks, and phobias.

Presented in the form of a diary, a portrait of the television comedienne captures her day-to-day drama, action, and humor.

everything about the purchase was positive
This was a good book, but I think it would have been better if I had read it when it came out. I had read all of Jenny's other books, prior to this (as I a big fan of her work) so this was a lot of repeat stories which are included in some of her later books.
Jenny McCarthy holds back nothing in telling how events in her life led
to her becoming Playmate-of-the-Year; nor about what's transpired since...

I thoroughly enjoyed being reminded that behind the glamor of a photoshoot
there are tons of incidental events to remind one that we're all human after all...
Open and honest. Enjoyable read!!
When my boyfriend gave me this book as a joke for my birthday, I didn't find it very amusing! You see, up to this point, I was one of the hopefully few "Jenny-haters" out there. But I decided to give the book the benefit of the doubt and give it a whirl, and I have to say that I was more than just pleasently surprised! Jenny McCarthy is not only very down-to-earth, but she's witty, hilarious, and quite frankly...normal! It was so refreshing to read that she isn't perfect after all - that she had acne, and stretch marks, and bad hair days, and bozo boyfriends. This book flys by, and I really didn't want to put it down. I am so glad I decided to read this book, not only because it was 100% entertainment, but because it gave me a chance to meet the "real" Jenny McCarthy. I loved it!
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I think the book was one of the greatest books i have ever read. i could realate so much to her. she is my like idol and i was so happy when i found out she had a book coming out. i bought it the very first day i saw it at the mall. one day i hope i can meet her but i know that will never happen but all in all the book was really good~! i think everyone needs to buy this book and see just how much she is like anyone of us!!! well if your out there jenny mccarthy i just wanna say hi and maybe i will be lucky enough to see you one day! i love you! you are so cool! well people i have said enough, now you need to go get the book that i am raving about!please buy it! it will make me happy! well cya people! hope you read this jenny!!!! from: Your biggest fan in the world!!!!jenny h
I found the book to be a great information resource into her life and career start. The only thing I didn't like about the book was the out of order details, found to much jumping forward then back, or back then forward, but other than that, I thought is was a great book and I still love jenny in a big way, she is the greatest.
I was not a big fan of Jenny McCarthy's until I thumbed throgh this book. I was laughing so much at the laundry mat, I had two people come up and ask what was so funny. This is an honest and bared all tale of life before, after and during Hollywood.
It just felt good. It felt good to know that someone could make it at age 24 and be so realistic about life and career choices. Jenny was the little engine that could, and I could not help to admire that.
This book also gave me a small insight to some of the real stories behind all of the trash that I see about celb's and their lives. Reading about both sides of a story always makes things come into perspective.