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A precious lady who makes you laugh, makes you think, and makes you feel feelings that touch your heart. The world lost one of the best, the day Erma left us. Read morePublished 3 months ago by masons mom
This collection of the best of Erma's essays is her at her best; I've never read comments on everyday life that made me both laugh and tear up at the same time.Published 6 months ago by Patricia Milburn
There's no one like Erma i read all of her books when i was a young mother with children growing up, it was always a breath of fresh air and a tickle to the funny bone to read her... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Sharlene Snee
This book was perfect for my needs. I have a friend with ALS and we leave the book by her bedside. Anyone who visits can read a passage or two to her since she has very limited... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Janet Hansens
Anyone who remembers those wonderful columns will fall in love all over again. For the young who never read her columns, they apply to "the ages". Read morePublished 8 months ago by Helen Clare Grizzle