Tuesdays With Morrie: an old man, a young man, and life’s greatest lesson

Author : Mitch Albom
Genre : Philosophy, Self-Help, Literature, True Memoir

[Don’t we all crave to grow wise, hoping to learn life’s lessons from someone more experienced, who we can trust and who, we know, has a lot to offer. 

This real life story fills just that gap where a dying professor teaches his young student many deep lessons on life.
 The book is written in a very easy and engaging style. The review below is written by my 12 year old daughter, Saania Saxena.
Would recommend  parents to use this book and initiate your teenage kids into serious reading. Saania loved this book!
Tuesdays with Morrie is a non-fiction true story in the biographical and philosophical genre. The main theme of this book centers around what a person can learn about life through death. In this book, there is a professor named Morrie Schwartz, who has a terrible disease, ALS. One of Morrie’s students named Mitch Albom had Morrie as a professor in his college days. They met every Tuesday learning about the Meaning Of Life.

Morrie is a professor who finds out that he is dying in his late sixties. Mitch Albom happens to bump into Morrie during his final days of life, after almost 20 years. They plan to meet every Tuesday again like they used to in college years.