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In 1991, Jack Brown wrote and published Life's Little Instruction Book as a going-away-to-college gift for his son, Adam. Since that...
In 1991, Jack Brown wrote and published Life's Little Instruction Book as a going-away-to-college gift for his son, Adam. Since that time, thousands of readers have shared with Brown their suggestions and observations from their own parents and grandparents. In his latest volume, Brown pays tribute to many of those worthwhile contributions, and offers further ideas from his own life experiences.
Posted August 13, 2001
I purchased this book several years ago hoping that it would provide me with some insight into child-rearing. Not only did it give me some great ideas to share with my son, but it gave me some ideas that I apply to my own life. I find that several of the quotes I use on a daily basis. In fact, I share many of the ideas found in LIFE'S LITTLE INSTRUCTION BOOK: VOLUME 1 with my family and friends. Possibly the best compliment I give this book is that I give a copy of this book to young adults I know that are graduating from high-school. Of course, I highlight my favorite messages, and I write a little note telling them why I like the passage.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.