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Macmillan Celadon Books Winter 2019

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Why Don't You Write My Eulogy Now So I Can Correct It?
A Mother's Suggestions
Illustrated by: Roz Chast By (author): Patricia Marx
9781250301963 Hardcover, Dust jacket English General Trade HUMOR / Topic / Marriage & Family Apr 02, 2019 Print Run: 100000
$26.00 CAD
Active 6.74 x 7.41 x 0.52 in | 260 gr 112 pages Includes printed color endpapers and 80 colored illustrations throughout Celadon Books

The perfect Mother's Day gift: A collection of witty one-line adviceNew Yorkerwriter Patricia Marx heard from her mother, accompanied by full-color illustrations by New Yorker staff cartoonist Roz Chast.

Every mother knows best, butNew Yorkerwriter Patty Marx's knows better. Patty has never been able to shake her mother's one-line witticisms from her brain, so she's collected them into a book, accompanied by full color illustrations byNew Yorkerstaff cartoonist Roz Chast. These snappy maternal cautions include:

If you feel guilty about throwing away leftovers, put them in the back of your refrigerator for five days and then throw them out.

If you run out of food at your dinner party, the world will end.

When traveling, call the hotel from the airport to say there aren't enough towels in your room and, by the way, you'd like a room with a better view.

Why don't you write my eulogy now so I can correct it?

Every child will want to buy this for mom on Mother's Day!

Patricia Marx has been contributing toThe New Yorker since 1989. She is a former writer for “Saturday Night Live” and “Rugrats,” and is the author of several books, includingLet's Be Less Stupid, Him Her Him Again The End of Him,andStarting from Happy. Marx was the first woman elected to theHarvard Lampoon. She has taught screenwriting and humor writing at Princeton, New York University, and Stonybrook University. She was the recipient of a 2015 Guggenheim Fellowship.

Roz Chast has loved to draw cartoons since she was a child growing up in Brooklyn. She attended Rhode Island School of Design, majoring in Painting because it seemed more artistic. However, soon after graduating, she reverted to type and began drawing cartoons once again. She is the author ofGoing into Town: A Love Letter to New Yorkand Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant?

- 100k print run
- New Yorker writer Patricia Marx and New Yorker staff cartoonist Roz Chast team up in this witty new book
- NYT article "Roz Chast and Patricia Marx Mine the Mother Lode"


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