Friday, November 11, 2011

Snow Day by Billy Coffey

Snow had always been one of the wider gulfs between grown-ups and children. Adults wanted to get rid of it as soon as possible and so get on with their lives; children wanted to keep it around for as long as possible and so enjoy theirs more.

This quote is from Snow Day by Billy Coffey. I first heard of him when I was reading his blog He's one insightful man, so I was glad to see his book in my local library.

I mostly enjoyed it but felt that at times he was too didactic; trying to cram in way too many lessons learned in a short amount of time. One day actually. I'd recommend it, though. It made me think.

1 comment:

Cranberry Morning said...

Children don't have to pay the heating bills. lol

I'll have to check into this book. Thanks.