Life Is So Good
by George Dawson and Richard Glaubman

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"One man's extraordinary journey through the 20th century and how he learned to read at age 98"

I read this book many years ago and it will always have a special place in my library!  When I see it there all yellow and bright, I remember how it made me feel like reaching for the stars!

George Dawson wrote this memoir (with co-author and teacher/friend Mr. Glaubman) at the ripe old age of 101.  Illiterate and 98 years old, George was invited to participate in an adult literacy program.  Not only did he succeed, but he finds a new calling in life--inspiring others do the same.

Extremely motivating with an added bonus--an up close American history lesson through the eyes of cute old man.

My sentiments about this book (in the words of Mr. Dawson) "It was mighty fine."

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