Your Guide to Nebraskaspeak: How to Talk Like a True Nebraskan by Paul Fell

Your Guide to Nebraskaspeak: How to Talk Like a True Nebraskan by Paul Fell | Local Pronunciations | Fun For All Ages To Read | Filled With Cartoon Illustrations | Relatable To Every Nebraskan

Your Guide to Nebraskaspeak: How to Talk Like a True Nebraskan by Paul Fell | Local Pronunciations | Fun For All Ages To Read | Filled With Cartoon Illustrations | Relatable To Every Nebraskan

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Your guide to Nebraskaspeak: How to Talk Like a True Nebraskan is a book written about the local pronunciations of some very familiar words. If you are from Nebraska you are sure to get a kick out of the Nebraskaspeak book. It ranges from Chevrolet to local town names. It's a fun one for all ages! If you aren't from Nebraska you might learn a thing or two about your fellow neighbor, or gift it up for any occasion! This book is perfect for the Sunday paper funny lover in your life!

  • Book is fairly small with large font and giant pictures.
  • Cartoon characters vary on every page in black and white

It was written by Paul Fell, who moved here from Massachusetts and had to learn the lingo. He is passing on his knowledge with a little humor. He started writing these books after being an award winning Lincoln Journal Star cartoonist for many years. Art is his favorite thing, and his career has reflected it. 

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Amanda
Great gift!

Every place has their own "slang" as some call it. This is a fun, humorous gift to give anyone from NE!

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Rebecca
book

future gift for a soldier away from home

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Mark Joyce
Enjoyable Book

My daughter's fiance is headquartered in Omaha for 3M, and for a joke I was looking for the Nebraska version of our best-seller:
"How To Speak Minnesotan".
The book's not quite there, but I found it entertaining and probably would find it even more so if I knew some history about the places being mispronounced.

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