Wendell Jamieson “Father Knows Less”
September 12th, 2007
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?
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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