Matthew Keenan has been writing humor for The Kansas City Star and local magazines for the last twelve years. His first book, “Call Me Dad, Not Dude,” was published in 2007 and remains popular today. His latest book includes his best columns since “Dude I” and helps parents stay sane while raising teenagers in a texting, tweeting, topsy, turvy world. Whether its coping with the adolescent sports scene, grappling with the notion of his high school senior canceling Keenan’s own vote in a Presidential election, reclaiming rights to the car radio, or understanding the lease agreement for the party house his college junior is about to sign — Keenan’s world is our world. Matt deftly contrasts the simplicity of growing up in the ’60s and ’70s with the challenges of raising teenagers today. If humor is the best medicine, this book is worth a day’s trip to CVS or Walgreens. With no co-pay.
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Matt is a freelance columnist who has published a bi-weekly column in the Kansas City Star for the last twelve years. His columns are about the parenting challenges he and his wife face raising their four children. He writes with a style that reminds many readers of Erma Bombeck but from the perspective of a father. Keenan's columns have touched on everything from teens and texting to Prom and everything in between.
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Book Description Kansas City Star Books, 2011. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1611690307
Book Description Kansas City Star Books, 2011. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111611690307