Schindler's poems are written in a language that everyone can understand. This book is truly a breath of fresh air, consisting of well over a hundred rhyming poems. Written with surprising twists and humorous endings, it contains poems about everything from O'Carroll passing out on the bar, to Santa losing his GPS and Father Je? doing what every Catholic loves.
|Publisher:||James A. Schindler|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||429 KB|
About the Author
Schindler, born in 1934, during the great depression, is the youngest of nine children. Placed in an orphanage at the age of three, he developed an exceptional way of seeing even the worst experiences in a positive light. After he finished the fifth grade, he was placed in a foster home, along with his brother Joe, where they were terribly mistreated. In spite of his unhappy childhood, he managed to maintain an extremely positive and cheerful outlook