The O'Reilly Factor for Kids
|Original title||The O'Reilly Factor|
|September 28, 2004|
|Media type||Print (Hardcover)|
|LC Class||HQ796 .O655 2004|
The O'Reilly Factor for Kids: A Survival Guide for America's Youth is a book written by Fox News Channel commentator Bill O'Reilly. It covers issues that kids face in their teenage years, such as drugs, sexual intercourse, money, smoking, alcohol and friends.
The New York Times said the book "is best understood not as a useful guide for adolescents" but "as an extension of the Bill O'Reilly brand." Writing in The Village Voice, Alan Scherstuhl called the book "crap," noting that it contained the "barking, pugilistic style of his TV and radio shows." Rebecca Onion, in PopMatters, said the book's advice "is innocuous, bordering on helpful" but that O'Reilly mistakingly believes that "everything that works for him will work for others" and features "cringeworthy" sections that engage in "kid talk."
- Newman, Michael (2004-11-07). "'The O'Reilly Factor for Kids': The Pinhead Factor". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2016-10-21.
- Scherstuhl, Alan (2009-03-10). "Studies in Crap: The O'Reilly Factor For Kids". Village Voice. Retrieved 2016-10-21.
- "The O'Reilly Factor for Kids: A Survival Guide for America's Families by Bill O'Reilly and Charles F". PopMatters. Retrieved 2016-10-21.
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