For a limited amount of time, you can get all Louis Anderson's books autographed for at a special discounted price.
In this Complete Louie Anderson Collection, you will get
Signed Copy of "HEY MOM BOOK":
With wry wit and poignant humor, Louie Anderson, New York Times bestselling author and Emmy Award–winning comedian starring in Zach Galifianakis’s Baskets, shares his journey of turning life’s challenges into joy as well as plenty of wisdom he’s gained from his late mother.
Louis Anderson has been channeling his beloved mom in his iconic stand-up comedy for decades—but she passed away before getting to see him reach new heights and win an Emmy for his breakout role playing her on Baskets.
The latest success is bittersweet for Louie as his mother passed away before getting to see his resurgence. Hey Mom is Louie’s way of catching her up on everything that has been going on in his life, including his continued struggles with food, drugs, gambling, depression, and the recent spotlight on his breakout role as Christine Baskets. He also has plenty of laugh-out-loud stories about his incredibly resilient mother and his ten siblings.
Honest yet funny, Hey Mom is a loving tribute to Louie’s mother and will surely inspire you to write a letter to your own mom.
Signed Copy of "GOODBYE JUMBO... HELLO CRUEL WORLD": Louie Anderson, celebrated comedian and author of the bestselling Dear Dad, returns with an inspiring, insightful & humorous exploration of his relationship with his mother and of his physical and psychological battle to overcome his addiction to food.
Signed Copy of "DEAR DAD - LETTERS FROM AN ADULT CHILD": The New York Times bestseller--now with new material. Louie Anderson has appeared many times on "The Tonight Show," and his comedy specials on HBO and Showtime have won him wide acclaim. In this series of emotionally charged letters to his alcoholic father, Anderson reveals the sense of shame and insecurity that fuels his comic routines.
Signed Copy of "THE F WORD - HOW TO SURVIVE YOUR FAMILY": Following his best-selling Dear Dad (1989), comedian Anderson continues to wax funny-serious about his family (which is the F word he refers to in his title). Although admitting that "some of us have a better chance of defeating Tiger Woods at the Masters than fixing our families," Anderson nevertheless shares the wisdom about families that he's gained over his nearly 50 years of life--and he has an incredibly large family to have gained experience from. His 49 tips for getting along in family situations are woven into an autobiographical and completely honest narrative about his relations with his parents and his siblings. Tip 33 directs us to remember that parents are only human--they don't know everything. Tip 36 asks us to look at the friends we have and notice how they reflect one's own family. Ultimately, of course, we cannot fix our families, and Anderson leaves us with the good word that he no longer needs to try, and neither do we. Nothing revolutionary here; just good, common, supportive sense. .