Mayberry Reflections: The Early Years by Ken Anderson
Mayberry Reflections: The Early Years summarizes plot lines of episodes through the first four seasons of the popular television series and adds reflections by the author on how the simple truths expressed in each show retain their meaning, even in the face of today's more complex society.
The purpose of this book is really quite simple. The author hopes that as you read each reflection you will take a few minutes to pause and be transformed back to another time and place. As we all know, Mayberry is a fictitious place. But the ideals and values that were instilled in the people that lived there are very real. They were important to the people of Mayberry, and they should continue to be important to each and every one of us no matter whom we may be or where we might live.
KEN ANDERSON, of Georgetown, Texas, is Judge of the 277th District Court and the former longtime district attorney of Williamson County. He is a board-certified criminal law specialist and past president of the Texas District and County Attorneys Association. In 2000 he was named "Outstanding Prosecutor Upholding Victims' Rights" by the Texas Crime Victim Clearinghouse.