Wendell Jamieson “Father Knows Less”

September 12th, 2007

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Every parent knows how inquisitive young children are. Questions, questions, questions, all day every day. And the best thing about kids’ questions is, they’re perfectly honest, innocent, and transparent — why DO cops like donuts so much? How does a whip make that noise, if it doesn’t hit anything?

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Wendell Jamieson, the city editor for the New York Times, has spent his professional life finding answers to bigger, more adult questions. But when his seven-year-old son, Dean, started asking kid questions, Jamieson saw an opportunity. The result? His book “Father Knows Less.”

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