Try to read this book without bursting into laughter or shedding a few tears along the way. It is next to impossible. A bit of humor, some common sense, and a ton of thought provoking ideas are sure to keep you entertained. It is filled with truly miraculous happenings along with ordinary everday events of life which you can relate. The title of the publication, The Fishwrapper, is derived from an old practice of wrapping fish in newspapers. Over time, the term fishwrapper caught hold as a slant toward the newspaper itself, indicating that it was good enough to wrap fish but not much else. A comment like, I bet you saw that in the fishwrapper meant, I doubt what you are saying is fact. To us, the monkier indicates good humor and sensible stories with a moral. This collection of almost one hundred and twenty issues of The Fishwrapper, has been selected and arranged in such a way that it can be enjoyed by the casual reader, or used as a reference material. This book will make a great gift for speakers, event planners, or family and friends. Grand Ole Fishwrapper Stories (Volume II) includes hundreds of stories, together with a variety of poems, quotes and puzzles.