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Reviewed by Lynn Fowlston for Readers' Favorite
As children we look up to our parents we think they are the smartest people we’ve ever known. That usually ends in the preteen age. Suddenly our parents know little and as we reach our early 20s they know even less because we know it all. However, there comes a time when we realize that our parents were pretty smart after all and it was us that were pretty ignorant.
“Eyes In The Rear View Mirror” is a book short book packed with much wisdom. Each Chapter Title is a quote and a lesson in life follows. For example; Always look for the knot on the bottom of the Christmas Tree; Do not bring your work home and do not take home to work and Never quit learning. This is a book of actual life stories and the lessons the author learned from them. They are humorous yet touching. We should all look back and remember the wisdom of our fathers, a time when families ate their meals together, went camping together, traveled together. We should all look in the rear view mirror and remember the eyes looking back at you.
I really enjoyed this book and it brought back memories of my own family and the wisdom I learned as a young child not only from my father but my grandfather as well. This book would be an ideal gift to give to any father for Father’s Day. I feel the cover should have some kind of a picture on it though, I think it would stand out better.