"Take An Aspirin And Deal With It!" was inspired by her 7 year old son when he kept telling her he couldn't go to school because his head hurt and his belly ached. She remembered the phrase her father would say to her when she was younger and would complain of aches and pains, "Take An Aspirin And Deal With It!". She then penned the clever and witty rhyme, "My head hurts, my belly aches, my back feels like it's going to break! My tooth is sore, my neck is kinked, my halitosis really stinks!...." She then put the rhyme to music. It's a fun musical duet that can be performed at school fall/spring programs for parents and also at different community events and talent shows. It's sure to have the audience rolling in laughter. It's a great book for families to read and sing together. (The song lyrics are illustrated out in book form and the sheet music is at the back of the book.) The children enjoy the hilarious rhyme as well as the dramatic facial expressions, while parents enjoy how "true to life" it is.