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Would you like a book that will inspire witty discussions around the dinner table? Some great conversations around the water cooler? Even a fun topic for a party! Family Words book brings back warm memories as I recall words that only OUR family would ever know what they could possibly mean. I think the highest form of praise for an author to give is this: I wish I had written this book! I'm still laughing over "Burtie" (page 29) and doesn't everyone have a version of Clu Clu? (an imaginary scapegoat who gets blamed for not-so-commendable activities)I can't imagine a better gift for yourself or for a friend or family member. Elizabeth Koehler-Pentacoff
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Paul Dickson (born in Yonkers, New York) is a freelance writer of more than 65 non-fiction books, mostly on American English language and popular culture.
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