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All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 27-33 Summary

Robert Fulghum
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Chapters 27-33 Summary and Analysis

A man at a Christmas party was upset over the cheap gift he received. The man announced that it is not true that it's the thought that counts. If it is a good thought, then it will be a good gift. God gave good gifts and the wise men didn't take knick knacks to Jesus. Fulghum tends to agree. The only thing he has wanted for many years is a wind up toy that makes noise and runs around doing funny things. Actually, the author wants his childhood back. He's not likely to get that, either. The author has always wanted a cuckoo clock and decides to buy one for his wife as a Christmas present. Cuckoo clocks are expensive; however, an overstock sale netted a nice clock for Mrs. Fulghum. The author had to assemble the clock. The bird didn't come out...

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