On Richard the Poorer’s (Gluten Free) Food 4 Thought: “As its title suggests, Fitzgerald’s well-designed follow-up to his Beyond Chicken Soup (2019) takes its initial cues from Poor Richard’s Almanack, collecting the author’s wisdom and gentle humor on a wide variety of topics, ranging from ethics and morality to God to loneliness to sports. The author shifts easily from a tone of jocularity to one of serious concentration and back… The tone adopted throughout is that of inviting conversation; readers seeking practical reminders of everyday wisdom will doubtless respond. A friendly, all-purpose compendium of thought-provoking intellectual odds and ends.”
On Poor Richard’s Lament, A Most Timely Tale: “A re-imagining of Benjamin Franklin you will not soon forget…”
Walter Issacson is the best selling author of Benjamin Franklin: An American Life; Steve Jobs; Leonardo da Vinci; Einstein: His Life and Universe.
On Beyond Chicken Soup: Toward a Life Worth All the Considerable Bother: “How did Tom Fitzgerald get inside my head and know exactly what I needed to be told? A thoughtful and thought-provoking book.”
Rabbi Harold Kushner is the best selling author of When Bad Things Happen to Good People.
On Poor Richard’s Lament, A Most Timely Tale: “Fitzgerald is that rarest of birds: a great writer and a great soul.”
On Common Sense 2.0 – A Manifesto: “Stupendous! Perhaps the most exhilarating feat of political imagination of our time!”
Professor Michael Zuckerman is Emeritus Professor of History at the University of Pennsylvania.
Bernie S. Siegel
On Richard the Poorer’s Gluten-Free Food 4 Thought: “The wisdom in this unique offering will help guide and nourish you.”
Bernie S. Siegel, MD, is the author of Love, Medicine and Miracles and Prescriptions for Living.