Grandma, Grandpa and Me: Stuff Kids Tell Us

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Workman Publishing, 1997 - Family & Relationships - 96 pages
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Here is the unassuming little book that charmed its way up the bestseller lists and now has over 1.2 million copies in print. This third edition of CHILDREN-S LETTERS TO GOD reveals again the surprising pleasures and provocations of what happens when kids decide to send a letter off to their maker. Whether posing a question, begging a favor, or expressing doubt or joy, these letters are notable for their refreshing directness, unexpected humor, and startling clarity of thought. It-s like seeing the world through a child-s bright eyesˇeyes untouched by cynicism, eyes brimming with innocence, wonder, and curiosity.Selection of the Book-of-the-Month Club.

 

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Contents

What Theyre Really Like
They Do Some Crasy Things
Worries Doubts Questions Quibbles
Perfect Not So Perfect
Copyright

About the author (1997)

As a young man, compiler Stuart Hample rushed up to Fred Allen at NBC & handed him a page of jokes. "Son," Allen rasped, "bringing a joke to me is like bringing a fender to Henry Ford". In "All the Sincerity in Hollywood" Hample returns Fred Allen to his rightful place in our National Collective Memory. He is the author of numerous bestselling books, including "Children's Letters to God", "The Silly Book" & "May Darling Man: Letters from Mothers to Their Famous Offspring". He lives in New York City.

Eric Marshall is a co-editor of the bestselling Children's Letters to God.

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