Please Don't Kiss Me at the Bus Stop: Over 700 Things Parents Do that Drive Their Kids Crazy

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, LLC, Dec 11, 2012 - Humor - 93 pages
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DIVParents say and do the darnedest things. That's the stand hundreds of kids all over the country take in the book Please Don't Kiss Me at the Bus Stop! -- a light-hearted and often hilarious look at America's parents through the eyes of their children. Author Merry Bloch Jones has compiled hundreds of quotes from kids ages six to twenty on topics such as ridiculous house rules, privacy (or lack of it), total embarrassment, and romance (yuck!). "Before I leave the house to go anywhere, my room yells, "Nick, go to the bathroom". -- Nick, 14, Villanova, Penn. "Dad never cuts his toenails. I swear, they're three inches long". -- Eric, 9, Toledo, Ohio. "They have a secret whistle for each other. Instead of calling each other, they tweet. Like a pair of sick lovebirds". -- Al, 14, Cincinnati, Ohio. Please Don't Kiss Me at the Bus Stop! has more than 600 insightful, laugh-out-loud anecdotes from children across the country. It gives parents an opportunity to step back and look at silly andfrustrating things other morns and dads have said and done -- many of which they've no doubt said or done themselves./div

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Merry Jones is the author of eight books, including the humorous bestseller "I Love Him, But..." and the nonfiction" Birthmothers: Women Who Have Relinquished Babies for Adoption Tell Their Stories," She lives outside Philadelphia with her husband and two daughters. This is her first novel.

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