"[Loh has transformed] herself into the foaming mouthpiece of dissent and outrage over the state of public education….Her language is imaginatively twisted and fearless."
—Los Angeles Times
"A droll rant…[Loh]’s not afraid to touch on issues of class and race in a way that’s both humorous and trenchant….Mother on Fire offers much to entertain the many mothers among us."
"Loh’s ability to write a book about a year in the life of a mom…all the while eliciting at least one snort of laughter per page, is no less than a feat of genius."
—New York Times (Editor’s Choice)