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Reviewed by Lynette Fowlston for Readers' Favorite
Woody Hardy had a dream, to retire and walk the country side. Not only did he get his exercise, but he got an education unlike one could not get in school. Woody was better known as Whistling Hardy by his signature whistle as he skipped down the road. He was known in almost every town he visited. He had enough saved that he could fulfill his dream of traveling from place to place on an adventure working odd jobs and meeting some very wonderful families. He used a cell phone and a little book to keep the phone number and address of each family he came in contact with, so that way he will always be able to contact them again.
I found a life lesson in every chapter: returning things one finds to the rightful owner, teaching children the value of work and helping people in need without expecting to get something in return. This book is appropriate for middle school students but adults will enjoy it too. I enjoyed this short read.