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Forever, Erma best-loved writing from America's favorite humorist —Bombeck, Erma, 1927-1996.
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2009

This collection, selected from more than thirty years of writing, presents some of the best-loved and most-requested columns by Bombeck, including the first one and the last one she wrote. The final section offers some o...

When you look like your passport photo, it's time to go home —Bombeck, Erma, 1927-1996.
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2012

As a seasoned traveller, Bombeck offers advice on such topics as packing, jet lag, group tours, tipping, languages, and photographs She recounts the family's raft trip down the Colorado River, the problems of driving a r...

The grass is always greener over the septic tank —Bombeck, Erma, 1927-1996.
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2006
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Humourist Erma Bombeck takes us on a guided tour of the suburbs. With her own family as the model, she describes the bizarre experiences every family will face when moving to the suburbs, beginning with jumping in the st...

Forever, Erma best-loved writing from America's favorite humorist —Bombeck, Erma, 1927-1996.
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2009

This collection, selected from more than thirty years of writing, presents some of the best-loved and most-requested columns by Bombeck, including the first one and the last one she wrote. The final section offers some o...

I want to grow hair, I want to grow up, I want to go to Boise children surviving cancer —Bombeck, Erma, 1927-1996.
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2007

Humourist Erma Bombeck looks at a grim subject - children with cancer. This inspirational book tugs at the reader's heartstrings as anecdote-laden chapters look at topics such as reactions to the initial diagnosis and ha...

Motherhood, the second oldest profession —Bombeck, Erma, 1927-1996.
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2008

Included among snappy satires about motherhood are serious pieces about a divorced mother, an adoptive mother, and the mother of a retarded child. Bestseller. 1983.

I lost everything in the post-natal depression —Bombeck, Erma, 1927-1996.
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2012

A collection of items from the author's newspaper column which humorously comments on the middle-class suburban lifestyle. 1973.

If life is a bowl of cherries, what am I doing in the pits? —Bombeck, Erma, 1927-1996.
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2006

A collection of humorous essays dealing with marriage, children, the national anthem, lettuce, and other suburban, domestic concerns. Bombeck asks "Who killed apple pie?" and instructs readers "How to speak child fluent...

The grass is always greener over the septic tank —Bombeck, Erma, 1927-1996.
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2006

Humourist Erma Bombeck takes us on a guided tour of the suburbs. With her own family as the model, she describes the bizarre experiences every family will face when moving to the suburbs, beginning with jumping in the st...

I want to grow hair, I want to grow up, I want to go to Boise children surviving cancer —Bombeck, Erma, 1927-1996.
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2007

Humourist Erma Bombeck looks at a grim subject - children with cancer. This inspirational book tugs at the reader's heartstrings as anecdote-laden chapters look at topics such as reactions to the initial diagnosis and ha...

I lost everything in the post-natal depression —Bombeck, Erma, 1927-1996.
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2012

A collection of items from the author's newspaper column which humorously comments on the middle-class suburban lifestyle. 1973.

If life is a bowl of cherries, what am I doing in the pits? —Bombeck, Erma, 1927-1996.
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2006

A collection of humorous essays dealing with marriage, children, the national anthem, lettuce, and other suburban, domestic concerns. Bombeck asks "Who killed apple pie?" and instructs readers "How to speak child fluent...

A Marriage made in heaven or, Too tired for an affair : the down-to-earth guide to getting through a divorce or separation and getting on with your life —Bombeck, Erma, 1927-1996.
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2005

Beginning with their meeting in 1949, Erma looks back on a lifetime of marriage to Bill Bombeck. From the canned chili days of "living in love" through "creative arguing" to "get a (mid)life", her stories are told with i...

At wit's end —Bombeck, Erma, 1927-1996.
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2011

A columnist pokes fun at the American household and the frustrations of everyday life, including women drivers, the ordeal of family vacations, children's sex education, and living with neighbours. 1967.

Motherhood, the second oldest profession —Bombeck, Erma, 1927-1996.
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2008

Included among snappy satires about motherhood are serious pieces about a divorced mother, an adoptive mother, and the mother of a retarded child. Bestseller. 1983.

Si la vie est un jardin de roses, qu'est-ce que je fais dans les patates? —Bombeck, Erma, 1927-1996.
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2007

Avec un humour délirant, l'auteur nous raconte la vie folle d'une mère de famille d'aujourd'hui aux prises avec tous les problèmes de la maisonnée. 1979.

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