I'm Proud of You: My Friendship with Fred Rogers

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Price
$14.99
Publisher
Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Publish Date
Pages
192
Dimensions
6.0 X 0.44 X 9.0 inches | 0.64 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781470155117

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About the Author
Tim Madigan is an award-winning newspaper journalist and the author of two critically acclaimed books; See No Evil: Blind Devotion and Bloodshed in David Koresh's Holy War and The Burning: Massacre, Destruction, and the Tulsa Race Riot of 1921. He lives in Arlington, Texas.
Reviews
A loving testament to the power of friendship and to a most remarkable man. Goodbye, Fred, we'll miss you. And thank you for this book."
"The Boston Sunday Globe"
"["I'm Proud of You"] will connect with the same audience that loved Mitch Albom's "Tuesday's With Morrie" and its celebration of male mentoring and friendship."
"USA Today"
"They built a warm, supportive friendship, one that nourished Madigan through his self-doubt "Furies" and the difficult death of his dear brother. As Rogers grieved for Madigans losses and several of his own, the two taught each other about the beauty of giving and receiving "unconditional regard" from a beloved friend... [A] luminous memoir, in times of grief or of loss [readers] know which book on their shelf to turn to."
STARRED "Publishers Weekly"
"Deeply moving..."
STARRED "Library Journal"
"This will remind you of "Tuesdays With Morrie," but as a source of inspiration Morrie Schwartz can't hold a candle to Mister Rogers."
"Arizona Republic"
.,."the book rises above many in the genre because ultimately it accents the positiveMadigan's coming to terms with an unhappy childhood - rather than wallowing too long in grief."
"Fort Worth Star-Telegram"
"Move over, Morrie and Father Joe...[Madigan] is a soulful, pious man... with the guidance and friendship of Rogers, who was undeniably a kindly, good man."
"Kirkus Reviews"
"In letters, visits and e-mails, Rogers comes to the rescue with his limitless and life-saving compassion. If you already thought he was saintly, wait until you read this....a poignant, inspiring account of a relationship..."
"Minneapolis Star-Tribune"
aA loving testament to the power of friendship and to a most remarkable man. Goodbye, Fred, we'll miss you. And thank you for this book."
a"The Boston Sunday Globe"
"["I'm Proud of You"] will connect with the same audience that loved Mitch Albom's "Tuesday's With Morrie" and its celebration of male mentoring and friendship."
a"USA Today"
"They built a warm, supportive friendship, one that nourished Madigan through his self-doubt "Furies" and the difficult death of his dear brother. As Rogers grieved for Madiganas losses and several of his own, the two taught each other about the beauty of giving and receiving "unconditional regard" from a beloved friend... [A] luminous memoir, in times of grief or of loss [readers] know which book on their shelf to turn to."
aSTARRED "Publishers Weekly"
"Deeply moving..."
aSTARRED "Library Journal"
"This will remind you of "Tuesdays With Morrie," but as a source of inspiration Morrie Schwartz can't hold a candle to Mister Rogers."
a"Arizona Republic"
.,."the book rises above many in the genre because ultimately it accents the positiveaMadigan's coming to terms with an unhappy childhood - rather than wallowing too long in grief."
a"Fort Worth Star-Telegram"
"Move over, Morrie and Father Joe...[Madigan] is a soulful, pious man... with the guidance and friendship of Rogers, who was undeniably a kindly, good man."
a"Kirkus Reviews"
"In letters, visits and e-mails, Rogers comes to the rescue with his limitless and life-saving compassion. If you already thought he was saintly, wait until you read this....a poignant, inspiring account of a relationship..."
a"Minneapolis Star-Tribune"
?A loving testament to the power of friendship and to a most remarkable man. Goodbye, Fred, we'll miss you. And thank you for this book."
?"The Boston Sunday Globe"
"["I'm Proud of You"] will connect with the same audience that loved Mitch Albom's "Tuesday's With Morrie" and its celebration of male mentoring and friendship."
?"USA Today"
"They built a warm, supportive friendship, one that nourished Madigan through his self-doubt "Furies" and the difficult death of his dear brother. As Rogers grieved for Madigan's losses and several of his own, the two taught each other about the beauty of giving and receiving "unconditional regard" from a beloved friend... [A] luminous memoir, in times of grief or of loss [readers] know which book on their shelf to turn to."
?STARRED "Publishers Weekly"
"Deeply moving..."
?STARRED "Library Journal"
"This will remind you of "Tuesdays With Morrie," but as a source of inspiration Morrie Schwartz can't ho