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|E-Galley Now Availabe for Wisdom From the Oval Office|
|News Releases - Media & Communications|
|Written by Don Bracken|
|Friday, 09 August 2013 13:40|
New Book on Ultimate Presidential Quotations Now Available – Right Here
For E-book galley- Click on “Widget” below.
Abraham Lincoln said “I do not think much of a man who is not wiser today that he was yesterday.” If you were to read the new book Wisdom from the Oval Office by Pierce Word, you would surely rise in the regard of President Lincoln if he were alive today. The book gathers together the sage thoughts of the forty-four American presidents in the largest collection of presidential quotations ever assembled. Thoughts on love, life, success, politics, wisdom, and thirty five other categories are brought to light and bring insight into varying perspectives of the nine generations of presidents.
Along with Abraham Lincoln, the words of the presidents from Washington to Obama are presented about a broad range of subjects such as love, religion, God, and friendship. The flow of quotations and the manner in which they are categorized shows the frame of mind of each president such as Lincoln’s spirituality, Nixon’s binocular view of love and fear, and Obama on parental love.
You are invited to see for yourself. Just click on the “Widget” below (it is just a URL to NetGalley)) and you will be able to read the galley through the month of August. .
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