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I’ve Got Sand In All The Wrong Places

by Lisa Scottoline & Francesca Serritella

  • On Sale July 12!
More light, bright essays to delight fans of this mother-daughter writing team. This collection offers a gateway to their humorous, breezy style, featuring rapid-fire paragraphs and plenty of sarcasm.
– Kirkus Reviews
Family is a perennially popular subject, and Scottoline and Serritella bring wisdom and laughs to make sure it never gets boring.
– Publishers Weekly
This collection is ideal for sampling between slathering on sunscreen and dozing in a beach chair.
– Booklist
Does This Beach Make Me Look Fat?

Does This Beach Make Me Look Fat?

by Lisa Scottoline and Francesca Serritella

  • Now in paperback!
Scottoline and Serritella pile plenty of laughs and a few tears into the latest volume in their humor series. This breezy, thoughtful book offers funny and lovely family moments that mothers and daughters will savor.
– Publishers Weekly
Guaranteed Laughs: Short, sharp musings on life from perenially hilarious mom-daughter duo Scottoline and Serritella.
– Good Housekeeping
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Running on Empty

By Francesca Serritella | July 24, 2016

I don’t think my body was made for running.

I took a human evolution class in college, and the professor presented his theory that early humans evolved as a species because our bodies were uniquely suited to long-distance running. Our quick-cooling slender body shape, our flexible cervical spine keeping our heads steady with our body in motion, and other traits allowed us to successfully hunt large prey animals, like zebras, by simply chasing them for long distances in the hot ...

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