Mark itibaren Colomoncagua, Honduras
Kesinlikle tatmin edici. Bunun "evlendiler ve sonsuza dek mutlu yaşarlar" ın masal yönünün ötesine geçtiğini sevin - ana karakterler "ötesindeki yaşamın" sevincini ve zorluğunu deneyimlediğinden, derinleşen sevgi ve olgunluğu göreceksiniz.
Tüm kitaplar bu şekilde yazılmalıdır. (Zaten mantıklı mı?)
predictable. figured out what the story was about, and the plot twist, by the 2nd chapter. at least it's slightly better written than da vinci code.
Loved this book and Larry heard him speak and thought he was great. We want to get the kids version for Sam to read. Totally inspirational in terms of the power to transform ones life and the lives of others.
I didn't realize this was a comic book until I got it from the library. I read it in a few hours. I really enjoyed it. Depicts a boy questioning his faith, love and his ability to make friends. Not "preachy", not hypocritical, the author does a good job in portraying the life of a good guy who is trying to figure out how to be good.
Though I read this from a homeschooling perspective, this book should be read by parents, public school administrators, and teachers as well. This book basically focuses on how great men have learned...mostly through the studies of classics with a mentor and how that can be applied today to educate leaders. I would have given it five stars, but I felt that some of the material was redundant and some impractical. I also would have like to have seen more ideas for application, though that is what his book "Leadership Education: Phases of Learning" is supposed to do, which is why it is next on my reading list. This book, along with "The Well Trained Mind" by Susan Wise Bauer, which I am currently reading, are books I think every parent should read whether or not they are considering home education.