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Jacob is a pious, modest, self-effacing baker who writes pithy aphorisms on scraps of paper. By chance, one of his maxims becomes baked inside a loaf of bread and is read by a woman who finds wisdom and solace in his words. He is asked to write more. Despite "a few too many sententious precepts," this remains a "delicate and finely tuned book," commented PW.
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Great words of wisdom, thoughts to ponder. I love the messages of remembering to enjoy the moment as well as others. This book is a real keeper - highly recommeded!Published on Aug. 10 2002 by merrymousies
I am a sucker for pithy, wise-sounding little books like this, because despite the great philosopher Whitehead's statement, "Seek simplicity but mistrust it," I continue... Read morePublished on Oct. 4 2000 by Magellan
The book was short but full of inspirational thought. Noah benShea does a great job of creating such a timeless character who teaches us a lot about life and ourselves.Published on June 29 2000
This book is a great book that keeps you interested by sharing useful lessons on life. I had to read this for Theology class but I find myself picking it up and reading it again... Read morePublished on May 24 1999