Most people associate Hill Harper with Hollywood, as heas appeared in dozens of films and television shows. But he is just as comfortable in a school auditorium, rousing groups of students with his unique style of real-life wisdom. Having addressed thousands of high-school and middle- school students over the years, Hill is ready to take his message to an even wider audience. Letters to a Young Brother is drawn from the humbling life lessons he learned on the road to his Ivy League education and beyond. Inspired by the countless letters and e-mails he has received from teens, Hill Harper set out to write a series of letters to young people that would catch the attention of even the most reluctant readers. The result is a motivational but approachable book full of encouragement on a wide array of hot topics, particularly among young African-American and Hispanic men. From the challenges of getting a good education and making it through college to the mediaas destructive emphasis on material wealth, Letters to a Young Brother delivers eye-opening answers. Reminiscent of Marian Wright Edelmanas New York Times bestseller, The Measure of Our Success: A Letter to My Children and Yours, Hill Harperas words will resonate for years to come.Most people associate Hill Harper with Hollywood, as heas appeared in dozens of films and television shows.
|Title||:||Letters to a Young Brother|
|Publisher||:||Penguin - 2006-04-20|