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What I Know: Uncommon Wisdom and Universal Truths from 10-Year-Olds and 100-Year-Olds

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Only people at the bookends of life can truly tell it like it is. In What I Know, a remarkable group of 10-year-olds and 100-year-olds share their insights on life with Roger Fishman to reveal unguarded truths and surprising wisdom.

You’ll be inspired by the lighthearted yet profound thoughts from 10-year-olds:
“Think of yourself as a dot on a line. The things behind you ar
Hardcover, 96 pages
Published October 13th 2009 by Potter Style
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Dec 09, 2009 rated it it was amazing
One of my favorite things to do is learn about other people. Every time I see my grandma, I ask her as many questions about her life as I can possibly think up. The experiences of older generations have always been of great interest to me. It was for this reason that I enthusiastically accepted the opportunity to review Roger Emerson Fishman's What I Know: uncommon wisdom and universal truths from 10-year-olds and 100-year-olds.

The inspiration for this book came from Fishman's grandfather, who o
Oct 18, 2009 rated it liked it
I was not impressed with this book. The wisdom wasn't as breathtaking as I would have liked and sometimes I put this book down because I was bored - and that is never a good thing. I had somehow gotten it into my head that this book would have witty bits of humor, but I didn't find any of that sort. It was a nice try and maybe it would appeal to someone else, but I just didn't care for this book and wouldn't recommend.

*Taken from my book reviews blog:
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Apr 16, 2014 rated it liked it
After reading this, I feel positive about lives
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