A Few Things I've Noticed: Essays of Modern Life

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iUniverse, Apr 20, 2004 - Family & Relationships - 122 pages
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"Our children go to a progressive school which I'm beginning to think means a school that will progressively drive their parents out of their minds."

All of the essays in A Few Things I've Noticed have one thing in common-Madora Kibbe's humorous slant on modern family life. Whether it's the momentous purchase of a first pet, the pros and cons of children's piano recitals, the irksome lack of desks in today's elementary schools, or just the simple pleasure of hanging clothes to dry on a clothesline, Madora Kibbe finds fun in the smallest details of everyday doings. These essays are short and to the point, a Polaroid picture of the way we are, or should be. A mostly flattering picture too. No red eyes or goofy grins. See if you recognize anyone you know in this written collection of snapshots.

 

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Contents

Foreword
My toddleris aLabrador Retriever Skirting theissueof uniforms Did Rockefeller start out like this?
A brief field tripto mylife after childrearing Not a whale of atalebut definitely fishy How we gota dogwealready had Happily at the end of our leash
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