6 edition of Growing up happy found in the catalog.
Growing up happy
|Statement||by Bob Keeshan.|
|Contributions||Philip Lief Group.|
|LC Classifications||PN1992.4.K44 A3 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 230 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||230|
|LC Control Number||89032502|
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At a used book sale I was attracted to the catchy title Growing Up Happy. The autobiography tells the life of Bob Keeshan an American iconic childrens television personality from the s and s known as Captain Kangaroo.
His program was a part of my childhood and I wished to know more about the public figure, who kept a private life/5. Tim's book is a delightful compilation of reminiscence of the youth of a city child growing up in the tumultuous s and s.
Fortunately for me, I grew up in nearby the location of this story and the memories brought back vividly direct images of my childhood as well.5/5(11). “Pittman is straightforward and witty in his guide to what it really takes to become a responsible adult.” ―Library Journal “In Grow Up!, film critic and psychiatrist Dr.
Frank Pittman tells us the secrets of happy adult lives. He uses his own life, his years of practice as a therapist, and his prodigious reading and movie viewing to analyze our by: 3.
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