Getting older can be no fun, but it can be funny. This book offers advice into what lies ahead, the terror of a midlife crisis and the Top Ten places you are most likely to have left your glasses. It contains many anecdotes and one-liners to make you remember that while youth maybe wasted on the young, they can, at least, tie their own shoelaces.
ANN HODGMAN is the author of several humor books and more than forty books for children. A frequent contributor to many national magazines, she lives in Washington, Connecticut. The first female staffer on the Harvard Lampoon. PATRICIA MARX has been a staff writer for Saturday Night Live, created episodes for Nickelodeon, and written dozens of books and magazine articles. She lives in New York City. Hodgman and Marx have collaborated on several previous books, including 1003 Great Things About Getting Old, and they have each written for The New Yorker. Illustrator and cartoonist TAYLOR LEE lives in Larchmont, New York.