Anything Worth Knowing I Learned From the Grandkids by Ted Rickard

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One of the great rewards for raising children are grandchildren. Especially, when the grandkids are beginning to realize that the adult world is pretty much at sea about a lot of things. Somehow the grandkids make sense of it all, and are willing to explain it. If you have children or grandchildren, this collection of vignettes will make you laugh -- or at least smile, even if somewhat ruefully.

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Ted Rickard's family-funny little essays have appeared in media as diverse as The American Legion Magazine and The Washington Post. He exaggerates, of course, but his own grandkids think he's hilarious, even if sometimes their parents think he might be a bad influence.
Published July 18, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 142 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment.

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Anybody who knows anything about show business could see that.” Sometimes Grandpa acts as provocateur—“I bet the Pilgrims didn’t have marshmallows,” he says to bait little Bobby, to which Bobby responds, “I’ll bet they did.” A little of this goes a long way, and for some readers, it may go too far.

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