Brian P. Cleary - Quotes

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Our cat is kind dove shellfish, and thinks the world is hers, She finds a comfy spot and then we pet turtle sheep purrs. ---->>>

Kids enjoy laughing and are seldom bored when they find something funny. They also ask questions, often to adults, because they understand that the more words they can comprehend about a funny story or a joke, the more they'll enjoy it. ---->>>

I love the semicolon; it's unnecessary, but graceful and sophisticated. ---->>>

If I have a talent for making some fourth-grader who hates school and reading to hate it a little less, then I have to do the most with what I've been issued. ---->>>

You want a story? Read 'Gone With the Wind'. These aren't stories. They're joke books. The whole thing of a beginning, a middle and an end has been done to death. ---->>>

In writing I found something I could do at least as well as my peers, if not better. ---->>>

These are books that want to be read out loud. These are books kids share with each other, and I think that's important. ---->>>

I like all things grammatical, and I had already written several books about parts of speech, and even the alphabet, so everything that makes up a sentence and even a word was covered except for punctuation. ---->>>

It's perfectly okay if you don't understand every single one of them. For one thing, I make a lot of corny jokes, and you have to be 40 years old to get some of them. ---->>>

When a kid can understand that a word can mean two things, there's some real thinking going on. They have a vested interest in finding out what a word means, because it's the punch line to a joke. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 10-01, 1959
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Occupation: Author
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Brian P. Cleary, (born October 1, 1959, in Lakewood, Ohio) is an American humorist, poet, United States patent holder, inventor and author. The bow-tie wearing children’s author is best known for his books that explore grammar in humorous ways written for grade-school children.(wikipedia)