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Author: Howard Feigenbaum

Year Written: 2006

Why Howard wrote this book: He wrote this book because he understood that sometimes everyone has feelings about wishing they were something other than what they are.

Where Howard grew up: Howard grew up in the Catskill Mountain area of New York.

What Howard was like as a kid: Howard was very inquisitive. He was an avid reader, enjoyed riding his bike, playing and watching baseball, sleigh riding in winter, and making up stories to tell his youngest sister.

Did Howard like school? Howard loved school. Because he was so curious about so many subjects, he loved to learn, and Howard didn’t mind doing his homework either.

What were Howard’s favorite books: 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea by Jules Verne, sea stories by Nordhoff & Hall and Tarzan by Edgar Rice Burroughs. Howard also loved comic books as a boy, especially Dick Tracy and Superman.

Review Excerpt:

”We’re all nuts is a cute and humorous book about a nut’s journey in discovering the importance of being oneself and accepting where one comes from. This story may have been written for a child, but the lesson is important for all ages. This book gives the reader the lesson to know each person has a special gift to offer others in this world and the importance of self, regardless of where one comes from.”

- Larsen, S. (2008). Book Review. In The Therapist (Issue 2, Vol.20). San Diego: California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists.

Review Excerpt:

”With photos by the author, this tale provides kids with a lesson in cultural identity: Goober learns that he’s a legume but still longs to be a nut. Children of elementary school age will learn a little about how peanuts are harvested, packaged and shipped to market, in addition to the messages of self-acceptance and friendship.

- Muscular Dystrophy Association, (2007, September). Quest Magazine. Retrieved from Muscular Dystrophy Association Website:



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