Great Keillor stuff! If you love him you'll love this book!
Wonderful, hilarious book---as are all the others Wobegon books.
Note that this ISBN number also covers a trade paperback version (which is the one that is posted on my bookshelf)
"Wobegon Boy had me spraying Diet Coke from my nostrils and scattering popcorn across the carpet in great gusts of mirth."--Henry Kisor, The Chicago Sun-Times
This man is one of the funniest people alive. Surrounding the humor is a poignant story that will leave you feeling wistful and uplifted at the end.
If you like "A Prairie Home Companion", you'll enjoy this one!
A novel about a boy from lake Wobegon who grows up and leaves home.
John Tollefson, the son of Bryon and Mary of Lake Wobegon, leaves Minnesota for upstate New York to manage a public radio station at a college for academically challenged children of financially gifted parents. Free from the Dark Lutherans of his hometown, he makes a pleasant bachelor life for himself in New York. He buys a new house and paints it a deep gold. He has a bright idea for a restaurant specializing in fresh produce. He falls in love with a historian named Alida Freeman. He is presented with public radio's coveted Wally Award. This is one of those "laugh out loud" books.