It is a truth universally acknowledged that women adore Amy Poehler. It is also a truth universally acknowledged that if you are a funny female celebrity who also happens to be a writer, you should publish a somewhat confessional and definitely hilarious comic memoir. Enter Poehler's Yes Please.
Her voice is not the same as Tina Fey's in Bossypants or Mindy Kaling's in Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? or Lena Dunham's in Not That Kind Of Girl, though Poehler does admit to reading all three of these memoirs along with Nora Ephron's Heartburn while writing her book. The beauty is that a ge...
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