Lessons for a Tara Dactyl by Tom Wright
Tom Wright distills his worldly knowledge in a book to his daughter, Tara Dactyl.
He references avoiding toxic people, the evil of white privilege, dating, manipulation, and cell phone etiquette.
|Publisher:||Moonlight Crew Publishing|
|File size:||113 KB|
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"Lessons for a Tara Dactyl” by Thomas Wright is a humorous look at life lessons and advice for the author’s unborn child. Everything from cell phone etiquette to dealing with toxic people is covered in this short work which, according to the author, is a living document that will be added to as he sees fit over the course of his child’s life. I enjoyed the humor while at the same time was propelled to think about the challenges parents face in this day and age. It would be hard to capsulate everything you would want to warn, teach or instill to your children in writing, but Mr. Wright does a good job of at least starting that task. I’m looking forward to reading his future installments.