Knucklehead By Jon Scieszka is one of the funniest memoirs my class has read so fare. Some of the stylistic elements that I definitely use for myself would that way he uses the humor in his book, for example he states in chapter 1, "I'm the second oldest. And the nicest. And the smartest. And the best looking. And the most humble." pg.11. This is just one of many little jokes and humor he adds in this story and I think it gives the story a bit more meaning to it. Would there be stylistic elements that Jon uses that I would try to avoid, no way, because the way he writes this book is pretty close to the way I write. Which is the reason why I totally love the writing style he used. But some of the memories I had when I read this was about my parents giving me these same learning experiences has he got in this book. So I could really relate to the learning be got as well as getting into trouble all the time with other kids, but for him it was his brothers. The universal truth would have to be other children and adults because they can relate to these kind of experiences Jon faced in his life and I'm sure many people could totally have their own connections to sum of his stories that he talked about as well.