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The Brady Bunch Guide to Life

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The quirky wisdom and sensible advice of The Brady Bunch, the first family of 1970s television, has been culled from five seasons of episodes and condensed into a pocket-sized guide to life, Brady style. It’s the perfect kitschy slice of nostalgia for anyone who enjoys the occasional rerun of this TV classic.
Hardcover, 128 pages
Published September 29th 2004 by Running Press Miniature Editions (first published September 28th 2004)
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Paul Ruditis also writes under the name P.J. Ruditis.

I was born and raised in Philadelphia where I lived a typical childhood with a far more interesting fantasy life. I mean, how many other eight year olds were sticking their Star Wars action figures in Ziploc bags filled with water and putting them in the freezer to recreate the ice planet of Hoth? (Really? That many? Never mind.)

After college, I
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