You Oughta Know By Now

You Oughta Know By Now

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by Brian P. Cleary
     
 

Think you know everything? Think again! For most of us, adulthood is the (incorrect!) notion that we know everything there is to know by the time we’ve said good-bye to our teenage years. This collection is here to prove you wrong.

Packed with 100 bites of humorous wisdom on kids, money, sex, love, and everything in between, this perfectly sized pick-me-up

Overview


Think you know everything? Think again! For most of us, adulthood is the (incorrect!) notion that we know everything there is to know by the time we’ve said good-bye to our teenage years. This collection is here to prove you wrong.

Packed with 100 bites of humorous wisdom on kids, money, sex, love, and everything in between, this perfectly sized pick-me-up will remind you that there is still a lot to be learned in this world. Guaranteed to leave you in hysterics!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780762437924
Publisher:
Running Press Book Publishers
Publication date:
03/30/2010
Pages:
96
Product dimensions:
5.20(w) x 5.20(h) x 0.50(d)

Meet the Author


Brian P. Cleary is a senior editor at American Greetings, an American humorist, poet, and award-winning author of more than 30 books. He has written for local and national magazines and his cartoon gags have appeared in more than 600 newspapers worldwide. He lives in Cleveland, Ohio.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I know Brian P. Cleary's work mostly as a children's author. Well - this is NOT a children's book! It IS, however, a delightful surprise to this reader! I'd heard Brian P. Cleary giving a keynote address at a literacy conference, so I knew that he had a fully "grown-up" sense of humor, but I did not know he had written a book for grown-ups! It is 100 funny bits of wisdom such as: "There's no such thing as free kittens," and "When a kid says, 'smell my hand' it almost never smells like cinnamon." Some are serious, but wonderfully insightful, others are just downright funny. I'd been a fan of his children's books for years, so I bought this thinking it was a children's book. It's not, but it IS a funny collection of everyday pearls of wisdom.