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About the author:
Mike Ball is an award-winning humorist who writes the internationally popular weekly syndicated column "What I've Learned So Far..." He lives and writes on the shores of Whitmore Lake, Michigan, sharing a roof with his wife and a psychotic Siamese cat. He is a member of the National Society of Newspaper Columnists and the recipient of the 2003 Erma Bombeck Award.
In addition to cranking out his weekly humor column, Mike is the founder of Lost Voices, a Michigan non-profit group that takes therapeutic roots music writing and performing programs to incarcerated and at-risk youth.
What I've Learned So Far...
Part I: Bikes, Docks & Slush Nuggets
For years the essays of award-winning humorist Mike Ball, published under the title "What I've Learned So Far..." have evoked laughter and tears in readers all over the world. Mike's sharp wit, blended with his gentle homespun style, has been compared to Mark Twain, Erma Bombeck, Dave Barry and even Ernie Pyle.
One reader said, "Mike Ball can make me laugh and cry in 400 words."
This is the first bound collection of Mike's work, featuring his Erma Bombeck Award-winning column "Just A Little Bike."
- Publication Date:
- 1439262098 / 9781439262092
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 5" x 8"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Humor / Form / Essays