Everything and a Kite

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Thorndike Press, 1999 - Social Science - 212 pages
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Ray Romano has won millions of fans by being today's funniest observer of family life. Here, Romano captures the same blend of wicked humor and survivor's wisdom that has made him an audience favorite. Romano draws from his own experiences as a lovable, neurotic Italian-American son, brother, husband, suburban homeowner and father of four in a book that will keep a smile on your face for a very long time.

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User Review  - Jeff Grosser - Goodreads

A funny and light hearted book. If you like Ray's TV show and stand up comedy, then you'll like his book. He covers just about everything and a kite. To quote him, "You shouldn't look at this as ... Read full review

Review: Everything and a Kite

User Review  - Jeff Grosser - Goodreads

A funny and light hearted book. If you like Ray's TV show and stand up comedy, then you'll like his book. He covers just about everything and a kite. To quote him, "You shouldn't look at this as ... Read full review

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NimbleMinded
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Mom
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Copyright

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About the author (1999)

Romano is the star of the CBS hit television series "Everybody Loves Raymond".

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