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The Amazing Thing About the Way It Goes: Stories of Tidiness, Self-Esteem…

by Stephanie Pearl-McPhee

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A look inside Stephanie's head not about the world of knitting. Humorous. ( )
  pnwbookgirl | Feb 7, 2016 |
Hilarious as always. ( )
  cygnet81 | Jan 17, 2016 |
I enjoy Stephanie Pearl-McPhee's writing. At first I was disappointed that the book wasn't knitting related but I got over it. She examines her life in her usual entertaining yet thoughful way. ( )
  mamabear54 | Mar 29, 2014 |
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"In this new collection of essays that are mostly about the life part, the author writes about e-mail, parenthood, the mental scars that dodgeball can leave, and what she really should have done about a skunk before it thought it owned more of her house than she did. The shrewd insights about everyday escapades--both touching and humorous--are honest, entertaining, and about stuff that we all understand: life, kids, falling down, and the amazing thing about the way it goes."--Cover page [4].… (more)

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