The World’s Strongest Librarian

strongestThe World’s Strongest Librarian: A Memoir of Tourette’s, Faith, Strength and the Power of Family
by Josh Hanagarne
2013 / 30 pages
Read by Stephen R. Thorne 8h 34m
Rating: 7/ memoir

Funny.  Funny, funny, funny and with a very warm and  inspirational, but low-key message.  Also,  nicely narrated by Stephen R. Thorne.

Some basics about Harnagarne:  He has a very serious case of  Tourette Syndrome.  He works in a library.  He’s 6 feet 7 inches tall.  He’s loved books ever since his mother read to him in infancy.   He was raised in a strict and very loving Mormon family in a small town in Utah.   He seems like a very intelligent,  funny and normal guy and the rest of the book shows that totally.  >>>>MORE>>>>

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