The great thing about getting older is that you don’ t lose all the other ages you’ve been. ~ Madeline L’Engle
This is the newest Chicken Soup for the Soul book that I’ve had a chance to review. What a great book for both they ‘young at heart’ and the young alike.
My reaction to Chicken Soup for the Soul: Inspiration for the Young at Heart as a whole was delightful, I love hearing stories from those older than myself, they have a lot of wisdom and “Kodak Moments” to impart. This book helped me with a lot of life lessons, too.
Old age ain’t no place for sissies ~ Bette Davis
You’ll read stories about seniors that live hard and play hard, and they are all well written. I probably would not have opted to read this book if it had not been sent to me for review. But I relished turning each page, and found myself more often than not, picking it up in my free time to read ‘just one more’ story. It’s a reminder to me to listen more and talk less when my parents tell me something . I found Inspiration for the Young at Heart an unexpectedly satisfying read, and I’m glad I read this anthology of stories outside of my ‘reading zone’.
Today is Grandparent’s Day – while it might be a bit late to pick this book up for a gift for that occasion, I’m sure the grandparents in your lives, would enjoy this any time of the year!
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