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Who's Publishing What: One for the Ageless

If age is just a number, then Jerry Zezima gets an A in creative math. In this, his sixth book, the syndicated humorist looks at life through rose-colored glasses — for which he doesn’t even need a prescription. Whether he’s acting silly with his grandchildren, clowning around at his 50th high school reunion or bombarding his wife with stupid jokes, he’s a man for our time.

One for the Ageless: How to Stay Young and Immature Even If You’re Really Old is a merry romp through the golden years, a funny guide to surviving retirement, a heartwarming chronicle of long-overdue family reunions and a book that will make you feel like a kid again.

Jerry writes a humor column for Tribune News Service, which distributes it to newspapers nationwide and abroad. He is also the author of five other books, Leave It to Boomer, The Empty Nest Chronicles, Grandfather Knows BestNini and Poppie’s Excellent Adventures and Every Day Is Saturday, all of which are “crimes against literature.” He has won seven awards from the National Society of Newspaper Columnists for his humorous writing.

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