"I am the grammarian about whom your mother warned--English, SAT"
I once read a story about "a boy named Milo, who did not know what to do with himself--not just sometimes, but always. [...] And, since no one bothered to explain otherwise, he regarded the process of seeking knowledge as the greatest waste of time of all." Thus begins Norton Juster's "The Phantom Tollbooth," the book that I credit with shaping my love of learning. Anyone who accompanies Milo on his journey cannot help but learn the value of seeking knowledge. While most of us are not fortuna... ... More