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Ellis Weiner was an editor of National Lampoon and a columnist for Spy. He has written humor pieces for many publications, including The New Yorker, The Paris Review, The New York Times Magazine, Air & Space, and Modern Humorist. He is the author of Yiddish with Dick and Jane (with Barbara Davilman), The Joy of Worry (illustrated by Roz Chast), Decade of the Year, Letters From Cicely, and The Northern Exposure Cookbook, and is the co-author (with Sydney Biddle Barrows) of Mayflower Manners.
"Words from the heart enter the heart."
This book is full of heart and hilarity
to the end from the start.
While this book is funnier if you are a) Jewish and b) grew up in a Jewish community in the Northeast of the US, this book is fairly hilarious and yet insightful for key bits of... Read morePublished 12 months ago by C. D. Varn
Book was good but extremely focused, as the title suggests, to Jews. Some things were just not applicable for the average reader. Read great though, with much humor.Published 13 months ago by Kent London
This is a wonderful book. At times I laughed so hard I cried! Mr. Weiner has a wicked sense of humor. The book also has some serious chapters as well that are very interesting. Read morePublished 22 months ago by a ct reader
Just what I ordered. Enjoyed the book. I don't have 14 more words so I'm just typing typing typing typing.Published 23 months ago by EMK
This book is a hilariously funny and well-written volume which is a must have humor text for any Jewish library.Published 23 months ago by Diana