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Maybe (Maybe Not) Mass Market Paperback – April 1, 1995
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Top Customer Reviews
In this book, Maybe (Maybe Not), we get to laugh at some antics from his time on the church board and while working in a high school. The high school stories are some of my favorite. I loved the story about the Ape and the Naked Lady! I laughed through the whole thing. I loved so many of these stories in this book that while we were traveling in the car, I had to read them to my family out loud, and they were so engrossed in them that they wanted me to continue reading them when we arrived home.
The final story brought a tear to my eye while I was reading. I won't talk about it here as to not spoil it, but that story alone is worth reading.
Another thing I love about reading Mr. Fulghum is the fact he's a minister (or at least was, or maybe still is?)--but he's also 'real'.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great book. Makes one reflect and think and wonder, and laugh!
On all seriousness, you will laugh if you understand the many lessons you learn page by page.
I'm not going to be a 'maybe' on this book. I have read it and I'm sure that it's though-provoking and at the same time entertaining.Published 8 months ago by Steven Cavanaugh
Love all of Fulghum's books, giving these two as gifts to a family member.Published 17 months ago by Sandra K. Waldman
The book is life facts with a twist of humor. A wonderful read to put Sunday's sunshine of hope into an otherwise miserable day.Published 17 months ago by Amazon Customer
Fulghum for President of the World. His humor and perspective and reaction to everyday things is priceless.Published 17 months ago by Lynn D. Suckow