WRINKLES, WAISTLINES, AND WET PANTS:
IMPROBABLE SCENARIOS OF THE NOT-So-RICH AND THE NOT-SO-FAMOUS
Author: Jeanne R. Kraus
Illustrator: Diana R. Arneson
Paperback $ 19.95
If you are over fifty, female, have difficulty losing weight, and do not like the entire aging procedure, then this book is for you. Other preferable criteria would be for those of us in the education field, especially elementary education, we can truly relate to the experiences in WRINKLES, WAISLINES, AND WET PANTS. For the rest of the world, they would fail to connect with the daily challenges for those of us in this grouping.
How many of us have been frustrated with our current look and always wonder about having a make-over? That’s what Jeanne Kraus experienced. However, her make-over did not have the results that she expected. (You need to read the book to discover what really happened)
Another issue is attending important social events, especially weddings, and having to deal with either getting sick or the emergency bathroom visits. I’ll let you read the book to discover how unsuccessfully some of us handle those incidents.
WRINKLES, WAISTLINES AND WET PANTS is one person’s aging experiences through humorous eyes. It’s light and enjoyable reading that is all-too-truthful about the daily challenges many people experience.
Jeanne R. Kraus lives in Tamarac, Florida and works as a reading specialist in an elementary school. Her sister, Diana R, Arneson illustrated the book. Other books Ms. Kraus has written are CORY STORIES: A KID’S BOOK ABOUT LIVING WITH ADHD which is about her son and ANNIE’S PLAN: TAKING CHARGE OF SCHOOLWORK AND HOMEWORK.