Robert Fulghum has worked as a cowboy, a folksinger, an IBM salesman, a professional artist, a parish pastor, a bartender, a teacher of drawing and painting, and a father in addition to being a writer, philosopher, and public speaker. What I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten has sparked a slew of theater productions that have wowed audiences all over the country. Fulghum's works include the New York Times bestsellers It Was on Fire When I Laid Down on It, Uh-Oh, and Maybe (Maybe Not), as well as two plays: What I Really Needed to Know I Learned in Kindergarten and Uh-Oh, Here Comes Christmas. He is a resident of Seattle, Washington.
- All I Really Need To Know I Learned In Kindergarten: Uncommon Thoughts On Common Things
- It Was On Fire When I Lay Down On It
- Uh-Oh: Some Observations From Both Sides Of The Refrigerator Door
- From Beginning To End: The Rituals Of Our Lives
- What On Earth Have I Done?: Stories, Observations, And Affirmations