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A New Book of Boomer Humor created by Jeanne R Kraus

Tamarac, FL - June 7, 2010 - Wrinkles, Waistlines, and Wet Pants takes an irreverent look at aging. It examines in detail the definitive proof that fifty is not the new thirty, in spite of current trendsetters that advocate otherwise. Fashion, self-improvement and social etiquette are thrown out the window in this hilarious book that disregards good taste and dignity.

Jeanne R Kraus, author, teacher and humorist has teamed up with her sister, Diana Arneson, illustrator, to produce their first book together. Wrinkles, Waistlines, and Wet Pants, dedicated to Baby Boomers everywhere offers a light-hearted look at the trials of aging.

Jeanne includes advice for those aging ne'er-do-wells who hope to make it to the pearly gates eventually. And even though this book claims not to want to change you in any way, there is something for everyone in Wrinkles, Waistlines and Wet Pants. Even self-help junkies will be delighted with the three insightful but useless surveys. After all, both Jeanne and Diana have experienced wrinkles, expanding waistlines, and wet pants.

In the words of the author..

Your outward body is showing signs of wear and tear. Big deal. Inside, you are probably the same fool you always were. The difference is that now you don't have to care.

About the book:

Wrinkles, Waistlines and Wet Pants by Jeanne Kraus

ISBN: 978-1450200850

Publisher: iUniverse

Date of publish: Feb 3, 2010

Pages: 256

S.R.P.: $19.95

About the author:

Jeanne R Kraus is a reading specialist in a south Florida elementary school. A lifelong writer, she enjoys writing and publishing poetry for children. Her two children's books
were published by Magination Press. (Cory Stories:A Kid's Book About Living with ADHD and Annie's Plan: Taking Charge of Schoolwork and Homework)

Her short story "The Invitation" is published in The Ultimate Bird Lover by HCI Press.
Jeanne Kraus is a frequent public speaker/ humorist.

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