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The Book of Man Readings on the Path to Manhood
By William Bennett
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 10/23 Ivan Mesa wrote: In a recent op-ed on CNN.com entitled "Why men are in trouble", William Bennett stated the current challenges among young men today. He writes, "Today, 18-to- 34-year-old men spend more time playing video games a day than 12-to- 17-year-old boys. While women are graduating college and finding good jobs, ... It's Time for Men to Man Up
On 10/23 Steve & Emily wrote: As the recently released film Courageous shows, 21st century American men are going through something of an identity crisis. One need only look to the plethora of websites and books geared toward men to see this. Sites like The Art of Manliness and 1001 Rules for my Unborn Son provide both advice and ... Review- The Book of Man: Readings on the Path to Manhood
On 10/23 Jennifer Bardsley wrote: When I first started reading The book of Man, Readings on the path to Manhood by William J. Bennett I was mesmerized. It is a massive book, over 500 pages long that is chock-full of speeches, poems, narrations and letters from some of the most famous men in history; everyone from Plato to Seneca, Booker ... Wonderful Selections, Offensive Introduction
On 10/22 Beth Anderson wrote: I am a big fan of William Bennett, and his writing. I think that "Book of Man" is a good book to give to a young man or even a grown man. I decided to read this just out of sheer curiousity, and love for Mr. Bennett's work. This book is a delightful compilation of stories of men of distinction from all ... The Book of Man
On 10/22 Mary Rain wrote: Edited by William J. Bennett Very American, very male. This book could be very valuable for a home-schooled, adolescent, American boy. It is very thick: 546 pages of high quality paper in a well bound, 2 pound book. The pages are bound in that jagged style that tempts ones fingers to turn five pages ... Book Review: The Book of Man: Readings on the Path to Manhood.
On 10/20 mamaof4 wrote: This large (575 page) book is the newest in the motivational books by William J Bennett, and this time is directed toward men. In the introduction he states that boys become men and this book is designed to help them on that journey. The book is divided into several chapters that cover all aspects ... The book of man- great read for men of all ages
On 10/20 flaming-sword wrote: I have been reading The Book of Man by William J. Bennett. This book was not what I expected. There was so much in it even to the point of being overwhelming, but it is very obvious that a lot of research has gone into its development. The topic is commendable and timely. I sought ... The Book of Man By William J. Bennett
On 10/19 K O wrote: Follow my blog @ http://hereinblairsville.blogspot.com/ I just finished reading The Book of Man: Readings on the Path to Manhood by William Bennett. I received a complimentary copy from BookSneeze and I'm offering my review of it here. The Book of Man, to quote Dr Bennett himself, exists to "explore ... Book Review: The Book of Man by William Bennett
On 10/17 Michael Lee wrote: "The Book of Man" is no mere book, but a volume. Want a good workout? Carry this one around a while! It's thick with short stories about various great feats of great people throughout history, specifically men.The stories in this volume don't display courageous men solely in battle. Although one section ... "The Book of Man", by William Bennett
On 10/15 jemEDM wrote: If you are seeking a “how to” manual in teaching your son the principles of manhood, then William J. Bennett’s The Book of Man: Readings on the Path to Manhood is not for you. Rather than clearly describing specific steps or providing teaching principles, Bennett takes a completely different ... Real Manhood....