Who Stole My Cheese?

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Running Press Book Publishers, 2003 - 96 páginas
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For those sick of corporate scandals and underhanded business practices, laughter may be the best medicine. A hilarious parody of the classic bestseller Who Moved My Cheese, Who Stole My Cheese?!! offers a little lift in an otherwise challenging situation. Inside is an insipid tale that reveals profound truths about greed. It's a cloying yet inspiring story of four small characters -- two rats and two "loyal employees" -- who are trapped in a "maze" and looking for their share of the "cheese" to sustain them and bring them happiness.

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Reseña de usuario  - Barbara Brien - Goodreads

A different perspective on the craze that created the book this one is based upon. Leer reseña completa

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Reseña de usuario  - Julian Kim - Goodreads

Given all the hoopla about this tale of subtle wisdom, somehow it didn't blow my mind. It's a quick easy read and probably worthwhile for people who share an overwhelming sense of entitlement. Leer reseña completa

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Sobre el autor (2003)

Ilene Hochberg, B.S., B.S.A.*, is an internationally bestselling author whose parody books help millions of people laugh over the absurdities of life, and enjoy healthier times with more success and less stress. They say that laughter is the best medicine... Her examination of the anthropomorphism of animals (i.e. treating our pets as people) has been met with great acclaim. Her books Dogue, Catmopolitan, Vanity Fur, Forbabes, and Good Mousekeeping are perennial favorites and have been featured in various media including CNN, Good Morning America, Newsweek, Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, Vanity Fair, Good Housekeeping, Cosmopolitan, Architectural Digest, Advertising Age, The New York Times Bestseller List, Publishers Weekly, Regis and Kathie Lee, Donahue, Jeopardy, Hollywood Squares, Designing Women, and Good Morning Everywhere... Ms. Hochberg's education includes a B.S. in Design and Environmental Analysis from Cornell University. She is a member of Mensa, has been and instructor at the Parsons School of Design, holds a Black Belt in shopping, and is a confirmed knitter. In other words, she is the ideal person to have written this book.*B.S.A. stands for Bull**** Artist

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