Walter Dean Myers really knows how to tell a story. This one is autobiography set specifically in the days of his youth.
Myers, as a kid, keeps himself in trouble. Like most boys, Myers gets into much binds. The way he tells the story makes the experience rich with anticipation and wonder.
Myers overall lesson, like Miro in I WORK LIKE A GARDENER is do what you love doing. Myers loves to write. Another loves to teach. And yet another loves to bake. Whatever you do, do it with your whole heart and strength. Myers’ advice sure paid off for him; he is the author of many amazing books some of which I’d like to write a review one day.
Do what you love,