"Little Red Book of Wisdom" by Mark DeMoss is a book all about practical wisdoms and stories of the application of those wisdoms in everyday life. While the premise of the book is interesting, I found it to be really a tedious read. The book does offer up tidbits of wisdom about such topics as integrity, technology, honesty, and integrity. The chapters are very long, so it's hard to actually get through them if you are a busy mom, like I am. I found it hard to actually enjoy the reading, and even harder to remember what I had read when I sat down to continue the book. Mostly, it is just a compilation of stories about people that DeMoss picked who exemplify the general wisdoms that he offers up.
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