All I Really Need to Know I Learned in KindergartenDownloadable Audiobook - 2008
Fulghum's book on appreciating life's simple lessons and pleasures began as a sermon to his Unitarian congregation, then found its way into a Dear Abby column before taking its current form. From the lessons learned in kindergarten (Share everything. Play fair. Flush.) Fulghum comes to realizations about his own life. For example, rather than emulating a neighbor who battles the elements, raking the autumn leaves and shoveling the winter snow, Fulghum learns to let the leaves and the snow pile up, to fertilize and water the next generation of plants. Our nostalgia for the simple principles of kindergarten is tempered by the cheering thought that we can apply them in real life. Fulghum's gentle perambulations will appeal to all who have spent too long in the fast lane.
Publisher: New York : Books on Tape,