Moving & Literary Throwbacks: “The Last Lecture”

After Erma, we have Randy Pausch. This is a slim volume of text containing so many valuable words and lessons. To say that these two books are diametrically opposed is a bit of an over-statement. But they do share an easy narrative style, and I chuckle when I think about these two authors being in…

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Milton Bradley & the Empath

Yesterday, my son Jonah dressed up like Milton Bradley for his Wax Museum project at school. It was a “heroes” wax museum, so I was confused at first by his choice. “Wait, Milton Hershey?” I asked incredulously after he first said his name. “No,” he answered sternly, “Milton Bradley.” “The maker of The Game of…

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