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This book simply and clearly breaks down what these three documents meant to the founding of our country in such a way that it becomes obvious to the listener/reader what we should expect from our government. Listen to this and you will see that we deserve the best government possible and that it is our duty to make sure that governing body stays inline, with its original intentions intact. These are NOT outdated documents. Students from elementary on should learn and discuss them, starting with this book!
(Homeschooler of children 6 and 9 yrs.)
It is Good rainy day book. It has a Nice slow pace and voice. It's understandable and smooth. I like it.
I have read or listened to all of Dean Karnazes' books. I like the warmth, humbleness, and down-to-earthiness of the guy. And he's funny! My kids enjoy listening to his stories too. He treated the people he met in each of the 50 marathons with kindness and appreciation. That's really something!
Ultramarathon Man because it talks about various events and people throughout his journey.
Can't say yet.
It's really not about the running.
I liked hearing Dean read his own books and convey his voice in his work so honestly.
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