A guide to Midwestern conversation / Taylor Kay Phillips ; illustrations by Jovaney Hollingsworth.
"Written by proud Missourian Taylor Kay Phillips, A Guide to Midwestern Conversation is the definitive handbook on Midwestern mannerisms. Phillips' tongue-in-cheek prose provides a humorous and humanizing look at the culture she calls home. Each section is illustrated with simple-yet-striking graphics by Jovaney Hollingsworth. Together, they provide an engaging, entertaining look at the idiosyncrasies of the Midwest, covering everything from dialect to yard signs, relationship-building to tornado-watching. A Guide to Midwestern Conversation leaves you with all the tools necessary to effectively (and more importantly, politely) navigate your way through any and all interactions you might have in middle America. Phillips is sure to teach you not only how to speak "Midwestern," but what it means to be from our nation's heartlands"-- Provided by publisher.
- ISBN: 9781984861337
- ISBN: 1984861336
- Physical Description: 143 pages : color illustrations ; 21 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: California : Ten Speed Press, 
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