All I Know about Animal Behavior I Learned in Loehmann's Dressing Room
The inimitable Erma Bombeck, whose unbroken record of New York Times bestsellers and who nationally syndicated column have made her one of America's favourite writers, turns her insightful trademark sense of humor on the surprising similarities between the animal world and ourselves. Some species have more fun, fewer teeth or longer tails, but compare your experience with humankind against ... the garter snake transvertite ... the barn swallow who can't make a commitment ... the lion who mates 86 times a day ... and you'll see, as Erma does, the gap is closing daily!
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Bombeck carries on in the best tradition of Bombeck with her latest collection of short, humorous, piercingly accurate looks at the human condition. This time around, she leads off each essay with an ... Read full review
What a good book! Erma is is WITTY! I bookmarked many of the pages. I'm now on the lookout for more of her books!