Item description for Dawning of a New Day by Sid Baron...
Overview Fifty years ago John and Joan were childhood friends. Now that their paths have crossed again, will John uncover the root of Joan's sadness? Will he be able to help her overcome her tragic past? Will there be a 'Dawning of a New Day?' This book is a beautifully written novel that will grip your heart, make you fall in love with the characters, and will cause you to laugh and cry right along with them. You will find yourself filled with anticipation as John slowly unravels the mysteries of Joan's past and you'll find yourself wishing that everything will turn out okay in the end. A great book that is tough to put down!
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Studio: Tate Publishing & Enterprises, LLC
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.86" Width: 6.1" Height: 0.47" Weight: 0.66 lbs.
Release Date Mar 15, 2005
Publisher Tate Publishing & Enterprises, LLC
ISBN 1933148179 ISBN13 9781933148175
Availability 76 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 28, 2016 12:36.
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More About Sid Baron
Sid Baron is a ""born"" entrepreneur. He started selling door to door before he was ten years old. In 1948 his parents and siblings emigrated to the U.S. from Holland. He started a number of successful companies covering a wide range of fields. He helped establish the Swank MS foundation and served as president. He continues to be involved in managing various business entities. In 1988, together with a partner he founded Exxel Pacific Construction which has grown its operation thru-out the West coast states. He currently serves as Chairman of the Board.
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In the tradition of Norman Cousins Sep 9, 2009
In the tradition of Norman Cousins, who revealed in Anatomy of an Illness that he found laughter to be a better medicine than the concoctions cooked up by Big Pharm, entrepreneur Sid Baron has compiled a series of humorous episodes taken from his own life that are intended to evoke healing chuckles. Baron knows whereof he speaks, being a survivor of multiple sclerosis who has "experienced nearly every devastating symptom of the disease.... There is no doubt in my mind that my lighthearted sense of humor was, and is, a very important component of surviving MS."
That said, Baron's sense of humor may not appeal to everyone, as many of his stories involve pranks and practical jokes that were no doubt funnier to him at the time than his friends and colleagues who involuntarily played along. But as a prescriptive memoir, this book otherwise does everything right: the writing is crisp, clean, and episodic, the design is professional and inviting, and the overall intention is right on. One hopes that author Baron is advertising this work via the AARP.-- D. Patrick Miller for the FEARLESS REVIEWS