Shooting Ladders is a book of advice written to a little girl named Tori. She was four years old when the author started writing the fi rst topic, and she was eight years old when he fi nished the last topic. But he didnat write it for the Tori of then or even the Tori of now; instead he wrote it for the Tori of the future, as something to help her make the right decisions in her late childhood/early adult yearsaand throughout her life. The book contains the authoras opinions on hundreds of various subjectsasome of them practical, many of them philosophical; some serious, some whimsical. On a typical subject, the author tells a story from his own personal experiences and then adds a amoralaaa lesson for her to learn from the story. Although heas not trying to tell her what to think; he is trying to guide her into making the proper decisions in life. The author hopes that sheall carefully weigh all the options and choose the paths that lead her to a good and happy lifeBut not a word was spoken; The church bells all were broken. And the three ... They just dona#39;t make them this good anymore.a The Living ... eye to eye.a On Greeting Cards: (11/20/2008) My dada#39;s seventy ninth birthday is Shooting Ladders 247.
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