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How to eat like a child, and other lessons in not being a grown-up

Universal and timeless, Delia Ephron's How to Eat Like a Child is a delightful revisiting of the joys -- and tricky ploys -- of childhood. Made into a children's television special and a musical theater revue performed across the country each year, How to Eat Like a Child offers advice beyond the artful etiquette of food consumption. Ephron also teaches us "How to Laugh Hysterically," "How to Have a Birthday Party," "How to Torture Your Sister," and much, much more. As the Washington Post Book World noted, "After the giggles of recognition have subsided, one thing will be very clear: all adults are kids in grown-ups' clothing."

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  • "Universal and timeless, Delia Ephron's How to Eat Like a Child is a delightful revisiting of the joys -- and tricky ploys -- of childhood. Made into a children's television special and a musical theater revue performed across the country each year, How to Eat Like a Child offers advice beyond the artful etiquette of food consumption. Ephron also teaches us "How to Laugh Hysterically," "How to Have a Birthday Party," "How to Torture Your Sister," and much, much more. As the Washington Post Book World noted, "After the giggles of recognition have subsided, one thing will be very clear: all adults are kids in grown-ups' clothing.""@en
  • "Universal and timeless, Delia Ephron's How to Eat Like a Child is a delightful revisiting of the joys -- and tricky ploys -- of childhood. Made into a children's television special and a musical theater revue performed across the country each year, How to Eat Like a Child offers advice beyond the artful etiquette of food consumption. Ephron also teaches us "How to Laugh Hysterically," "How to Have a Birthday Party," "How to Torture Your Sister," and much, much more. As the Washington Post Book World noted, After the giggles of recognition have subsided, one thing will be very clear: all adults are kids in grown-ups' clothing.""@en

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  • "How to eat like a child : and other lessons in not being a grown-up : based on the book by Delia Ephron"
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  • "How to eat like a child - and other lessons in not being a grown-up"