I'd rather endorse than cut down, but I'm just too curious for your reactions to this one:
I first read about it in July 2011 Redbook, in which the author, Adam Mansbach, explained that after a bedtime battle he sarcastically tweeted that he'd be releasing a new book by that title. His friends were so enthused that he wrote and published it for real.
Let's be clear, this is a book meant for parents, not kids. Still, I'm offended. I won't buy it. I do not recommend it. (I do like Ricardo Cortes' illustrations, though.) I can't say that I didn't check out the YouTube reading (warning: no bleeping out there) because I thought it might be funny, especially since I particularly enjoy parodies and sarcasm...and because I sometimes lose the mommy-warm-fuzzies after a toddler whining marathon. I didn't find the book relatable or funny, though.