Overview: Mr. Franklin, one of the more memorable members of the Founding Fathers, had quite the life. He was a philanthropist, known as a writer, an inventor, a founder of the library system, not to mention one of the premier revolutionary.
Story Telling: This is one of Mr. Franklin’s “Poor Richard” writings. As it is, Mr. Franklin was known to write non-fiction, and wisdom imparting books.
Likes: Most of the advice in this book is some of the very things that our grandparents have told us time and again.
Conclusion: This is a very interesting book. With the wisdom, and the common sense approach, I would call it required reading.