Fifty Things I Want My Son to Know

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, Mar 29, 2001 - Family & Relationships - 64 pages
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Critically acclaimed playwright Roger Rueff has penned a poetically rich volume of life-affirming insights into how things work in the world. Fifty Things I Want My Son to Know offers a wealth of understanding and love that's ideal for passing down from father to son. The sentiment in this book is straight from the heart and will resonate with all who read it. "Thing Three: That each meeting is an exchange." "Thing Eight: That not everything is a lesson." "Thing Sixteen: That he need not fear what he wants." Each gem of wisdom comes with a beautifully described elucidation that makes readers ponder and reflect. Presented in a simple yet sophisticated design, Fifty Things is the perfect gift for any teenage or adult son as he begins or continues on his own life journey.

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Roger Rueff is a playwright and screenwriter. His most recent screenplay, The Big Kahuna, was filmed in 1999. Starring Kevin Spacey and Danny DeVito and directed by John Swanbeck, the movie, is "sharp-edged, perfectly timed, funny, and thoughtful," wrote film critic Roger Ebert. Roger lives in Naperville, Ill.

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