6 edition of Oh, The Things I Know found in the catalog.
April 25, 2002
by Highbridge Audio
Written in English
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Senator Al Franken, or Dr. Al Franken, as he prefers to be called, has written the first truly indispensable book of the new millennium. Filled with wisdom, observations, and practical tips you can put to work right away, Oh, the Things I Know.
is a cradle-to-grave guide to living, an easy-to-follow user's manual for human existence.4/5(82). Tony Carter’s newest picture book for adults is based off of Dr. Suess’s Oh. The Places You’ll Go. Funny, sharp, and full of good advice for graduates, this book also comes with several blank “Autograph” pages at the end to act as a guest book for grad parties or for use as a yearbook/5(17).
Filled with wisdom, observations, and practical tips you can put to work right away, Oh, the Things I Know. is a cradle-to-grave guide to living, an Senator Al Franken, or Dr.
Al Franken, as he prefers to be called, has written the first truly indispensable book of the new millennium/5. Senator Al Franken, or Dr. Al Franken, as he prefers to be called, has written the first truly indispensable book of the new millennium. Filled with wisdom, observations, and practical tips you can put to work right away, Oh, the Things I Know.
is a cradle-to-grave guide to living, an easy-to-follow user's manual for human : Penguin Publishing Group. Told in rhyming style reminiscent of the popular graduation book Oh, the Places You'll Go with colorful illustrations, this gift book focuses on the amazing things grads will accomplish as they move on to college or out into the real world.
Graduates will need things to 5/5(1). Al Franken, or Dr. Al Franken as he prefers to be called, has written the first truly indispensable book of the new millennium. Filled with wisdom, observations, and practical tips you can put to work right away, Oh, the Things I Know is a cradle-to-grave guide to living, an easy-to-follow user's manual for human existence.5/5(4).
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- Oh, the Things I Know. audiobook, by Al Franken A Grammy nominee. The bestselling author and Emmy-winning television star guides graduates across the uncertain seas of post-academic life. Inspired, inspiring, and laugh-out-loud funny.3/5.
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: Emily Brandon. Oh, the Things I Know. A Guide to Success, or Failing That, Happiness is a book written by Al Franken that offers humorous life advice on everything from dating to getting a good job.
The title parodies Dr. Seuss's Oh, the Places You'll Go!, which is a popular gift given to college graduates.
External links. Oh, the Things I Know. at Open Library. OH, THE THINGS I KNOW. A Guide to Success, or, Failing That, Happiness; The Truth (with jokes) Rush Limbaugh Is a Big Fat Idiot; Al Franken, Giant of the Senate. I think you might mean his book "Oh, The Places You'll Go!" From what I remember, it's telling a young man all the exciting things he has to look forward to.
But you might have to visit the library or a book store to get quotes from it, or maybe would have excerpts enough to. Theodor Seuss Geisel—aka Dr. Seuss—is, quite simply, one of the most beloved children’s book authors of all time. The forty-four books he wrote and illustrated under the name Dr.
Seuss (and others that he wrote but did not illustrate, including some under the pseudonyms Theo. LeSieg and Rosetta Stone) have been translated into thirty languages%(K). More advanced than Robert Fulghum, more fit than Maria Shriver's husband, Oh, the Things I Know.
is Franken's commencement address for the 21st century. A cradle-to-grave guide for living, it takes young grads from their first job ("Oh, Are You Going to Hate Your First Job!"), through their twenties and thirties ("Oh, the person of Your Dreams /5(3).
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) and the editor of Bookmark Now: Writing in Unreaderly Times, A San Francisco Chronicle Notable Book of Oh, the Thinks You Can Think. is a children's book written and illustrated by Theodor Geisel under the pen name Dr. Seuss and published by Random House on Aug The book is about the many amazing 'thinks' one can think and the endless possibilities and dreams that imagination can : Dr.
Seuss. This book as all of Dr. Seuss books is a book full of rhymes. It can be used in my future classroom to teach what rhyming words are and how to listen for rhyming words but it can also be used to show students how to think outside of the box/5(44).
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Are You Ready to Read. We've Got Your Book. Reading is a wonderful way to relax or to learn new things. Immerse yourself in a story, get to know new characters, read about your favorite historical period or learn a new skill by picking up a book.
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The Butter Battle Book: One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish: The Cat in the Hat: The Sneetches: Fox in Socks: Thidwick. Told in rhyming style reminiscent of the popular graduation book Oh, the Places You'll Go with colorful illustrations, this gift book focuses on the amazing things grads will accomplish as they move on to college or out into the real world.
Graduates will need things to help them along the way—both physical and : Zondervan.Told in the rhyming style of Oh, the Places You'll Go, this book includes spiritual trust and guidance from the Bible to emphasize the most important thing they will need as the move on to college or out into the real world - faith.
A great graduation gift that will be treasured for years to come.