Everything and a Kite

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Bantam Books, 1998 - Humor - 209 pages
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In a books that is at once laugh-out-loud funny and all-too-true to life, comedy-talent-turned-television-star Ray Romano goes home again, revealing that the source of his inspiration is heritage, hearth and family. As did his stand-up comedy and his present, top-rated CBS-TV program, Romano draws on his real-life experience as a husband, a father, a father of twins, a son with parents living very very close, and a brother, to make readers laugh and laugh harder.

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Review: Everything and a Kite

User Review  - Janet - Goodreads

I like Ray Romano and this book was ok. There were definately some laugh out loud moments - my favorite is still what side of the bed do you want. If nothing else pick it up and read that chapter ... Read full review

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User Review  - Msimon6986 - Goodreads

Fun book, in the mode of "SeinLanguage" (Seinfeld) and "Couplehood" (Paul Reiser). A very easy read, lots of good laughs. Read full review

Contents

NimbleMinded
1
Mom
8
Dad
23
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Ray Romano is a comedian and Emmy Award -- winning star of the top-rated CBS television program "Everybody Loves Raymond." This is Ray's first book for children, and he's written it with his two brothers, Richard, a retired New York police sergeant, and Robert, a New York City school teacher.

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