“The Good Neighbor” by Maxwell King

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I’m not ashamed to admit that I loved watching Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood on tv as an adult, hoping to pass on the lessons he taught, and enjoying his calm demeanor. This biography explained a lot of what made him tick, as well as what made him so popular and effective. He was a genius who reached millions of children during his lifetime, and taught them how to deal with a confusing and difficult world. Though somewhat repetitive, the book is very thorough.

Evaluation: 4 out of 5

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