Frances Whiting Oh to Be a Marching Girl

ISBN 13: 9780330364300

Oh to Be a Marching Girl

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Frances Whiting
Published by Pan Macmillan Australia 2003 Paperback (2003)
ISBN 10: 0330364308 ISBN 13: 9780330364300
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Book Description Pan Macmillan Australia 2003 Paperback, 2003. Condition: Good. Collection of author's favourite weekly columns from Queensland newspaper, the 'Sunday Mail'. Humorous commentary on love, family, friends, women, men, relationships, work, and other aspects of life. Author is Associate Editor and Senior Feature Writer for the 'Sunday Mail'. 259 pages. Seller Inventory # 1074215

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Whiting, Frances
Published by Pan, Australia (2003)
ISBN 10: 0330364308 ISBN 13: 9780330364300
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Book Description Pan, Australia, 2003. Glossy Pictorial Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. xi + 259 pages. An irreverent, irrepressible and rare laugh-out-loud read about the perils of life and love, this is a collection of Frances Whiting's best columns from the Sunday Mail. Men, women, relationships, family, work and celebrities are all explored, and whilst laughing at other people is fun, laughing at ourselves is so much better. Frances spent much of her childhood talking her mother into allowing her to sign up for classes, courses and sports, none of which she managed to complete. As well as 'Oh to be a marching girl', her repertoire at that time included 'I want to be an actress', 'I have to be a painter', and 'I'll die if I'm not a gymnast'. Luckily, she did none of these things, but instead became a writer - one who has a rare knack for truly communicating with readers. Women, men, relationships, family, work, politicians and celebrities are all explored and, Whatever the topic, readers will find something of themselves - and each other - in every chapter. Most of all, "Oh to be a Marching Girl" reminds us that while laughing at other people is always fun, laughing at ourselves is much, much better. Size: 12mo. Seller Inventory # 054240

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