Always wear clean underwear!: and other ways parents say "I love you"

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Morrow Junior Books, Sep 1, 1997 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 112 pages
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Part of being a kid is having grown-ups make you do things you hate - like eating your vegetables, taking out the garbage, and walking the dog. Then, to make matters worse, they say you can't do things are no big deal - like talking with your mouth full or wearing dirty underwear. And worst of all? You have to listen to them say it not once, not twice, but a zillion times.

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Q1ean your Piede
Cover your mou+h when you sneeze
yo 5he 7fa11lma a kiss 70
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Marc Gellman writes a solo column at Newsweek.com, and along with his close friend Thomas Hartman, he co-hosts the cable television program "The God Squad." The rabbi-and-priest duo have made frequent appearances on Good Morning America, Donlmus, and other major media programs. In addition to being the authors of Religion for Dummies, they have written five children's books including How Do You Spell God? which was made into an animated, Peabody-award winning HBO special. Gellman is the senior rabbi at Temple Beth Torah in Melville, NY.

Roberta Baker is the author of No Ordinary Olive, Lizard Walinsky and Olive's Pirate Party with Debbie Tilley. Publishers Weekly said, "Baker and Tilley celebrate Olive's vibrancy and remind readers that 'it's hard to be patient with the world racing by'."
Debbie Tilley is the illustrator of several award-winning artwork picture books, including Hey, Little Ant by Phillip and Hannah Hoose, recipient of a Jane Addams Book Award honor, and Little, Brown's Someday You'll Thank Me for This by Marc Gellman (January 2007).


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