Erma Bombeck - Humor - 2011 - 224 pages
"America's irrepressible doyenne of domestic satire." THE BOSTON GLOBE Madcap, bittersweet humor in classic Erma Bombeck-style. You'll laugh until it hurts and love it! "Any ...
Erma Bombeck - 1976 - 175 pages
Erma Bombeck lays bare the truth about the people of suburbia and their extraordinary way of life
Erma Bombeck - Humor - 1978 - 223 pages
" See if you can read a paragraph without laughing out loud." Art Buchwald The enchanting lady of laughter has done it again--this time taking a hilarious swipe at husbands ...
Erma Bombeck - Humor - 2011 - 192 pages
Erma Bombeck has learned a few things about children and family over the years--and in a way that is uniquely and wonderfully her own, she shares everything she knows with her ...
Erma Bombeck, Bil Keane - Humor - 2011 - 176 pages
"She goes a long way with her book to prove that humor is the best -- possibly the only -- way to keep the world on an even keel." CHICAGO SUN-TIMES Remember the things Mother ...
Erma Bombeck - Humor - 2003 - 64 pages
A whimsical collection of wit and wisdom on the peculiarities of modern family life comes together in a keepsake album based on one of the late humorist's favorite columns.
Erma Bombeck - Humor - 1992 - 288 pages
America's favorite housewife takes a witty look at family vacations, describing her escapades in Istanbul, the Galapagos Islands, and other locales
Erma Bombeck - Humor - 1997 - 288 pages
A collection of newspaper columns by the late humorist, including her first and last, deal with children, marriage, food, and holiday entertaining, and are accompanied by a ...
Erma Bombeck - Humor - 1979 - 180 pages
A self-described "Sub-Total Woman," Bombeck gently satirizes America's raging how-to/self-help mania, focusing on such national pastimes as Sensual Needlepoint and Inner Bowling
Erma Bombeck - Family & Relationships - 2005 - 48 pages
When it first appeared in Erma Bombeck's Mother's Day column in 1974, When God Created Mothers was an instant success, clipped from newspapers, tucked into purses, and tacked ...