How to Die of Embarrassment Every DayBook - 2011
The author shares the hilarious and humiliating details of her childhood, her awkward stages, her obsessions and even truths about being a grown-up, along with personal photographs and other embarrassing artifacts.
Ann Hodgman is a funny lady. In this book, she explains how she got that way. But the book only goes up through sixth grade.
After that, her life became so embarrassing that writing it down would have caused the pages to burst into flames.
The author recalls humorous and embarrassing experiences from her childhood in 1960s Rochester, New York.