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Found at these bookshops Searching - please wait We were unable to find this edition in any bookshop we are able to search. These online bookshops told us they have this item: How to help them do that safely and how to make it easier and more fun to be a proud parent is what this book is all about.
Whether you are a parent or grandparent, it is just plain fun to read 'Outfox the Kids for Fun and Profit,' with its bright and sparkling little true stories, fractured fairy tales, fables and parables. Klamm is a man who is filled with humor, wisdom and insight. His ultimate goal with this book is to let parents know that we can make mistakes with raising our children, but not all is lost.
Can't get enough about books, music, and movies? Home This edition , English, Book edition: The show was immensely successful and Bob was finally no longer an outcast. What senseless destruction of a people. Funeral Why Have A Service? Check out these wonderful and insightful posts from our editors Browse Now. He gives the reader basic principles on raising children.
We learn from our mistakes. He reminds us that parenting is not always about the desires of the parent s materialistic but of raising children who are independent, good problem-solvers and emotionally stable.
Klamm starts his book by stating the obvious if you want to raise healthy, well-rounded children; you need to relook at your parenting style and relationship with your children. He gives the reader basic principles on raising children.
These are not anything new to parents, but are things we sometimes forget. Through humorous stories, poetry and real-life examples, Klamm discusses peer pressure, sex, problem-solving and many other subjects that we as parents will encounter when we become parents. Memorial Candle Tribute From. First, there are none so sad as those who cannot laugh at themselves. Second, those with sight look into things with their eyes, while those who are blind must look deeper. Bob has been laughing at himself, and looking deeper than most, for the past 84 years.
He grew up within walking distance of Klamm Park, Kansas City, Kansas, a city park established on land donated by his grandfather, George Klamm. No one knew he was nearly blind, not even himself, until he was eight years old. He just learned to laugh at himself and made jokes about his bumbling ways.
He tells the whole story in his humorous and inspirational memoir, Fly Like a Bumblebee. The book received awards for both youth and adult non-fiction, was recorded by the Library of Congress Talking Books and published in Braille, and was also produced as a stage play version. In second grade, Bob received a pair of eyeglasses thick as Coke bottle bottoms - so heavy that he quite often quipped, "It was like the bottles were still attached.
The show was immensely successful and Bob was finally no longer an outcast. He was hooked on magic and has been performing ever since. Bob graduated from Wyandotte High School in He attended Kansas City Kansas Jr. College and graduated with honors from Northwestern University in , having earned a Bachelor's degree in drama, radio and TV.
Some of Bob's original comedy radio writings are still available, now preserved on CD. He touched the lives of many students, and became a leader in demonstrating that high schools could successfully produce the best professionally-written Broadway comedies, dramas, and Shakespearian classics.