Certified Square Foot Gardening Instructor and Certified Master Gardener, Mark Fierele possesses not only passion and experience in field of gardening, he has many years of life experience in the executive business world as a recruiter and trainer. Mark learned everything he knows about Square Foot Gardening from our very own Mel Bartholomew.
Mark brings his knowledge and experiences to us in his book Rekindling the American Dream. The purpose of this short book is to help restore hope in those that have lost some or all hope in recent years. He says "Where there is hope; there is light" Within the pages of his book, Mark a shares a series of insights, along with some anecdotal stories and examples of people whohave prospered, had a setback and recovered better than ever. With a current 85% of all college grads moving back home to live with family, this book offers strategies and tactics to help people get back on track. Keep your highlighter in hand as you read and re-read Rekindling the American Dream.
“My friend Mark tells you what you need to know. Read this and watch your spirits rise during these turbulent times.” Mel Bartholomew, engineer, inventor, and author of Square Foot Gardening, the largest selling gardening book ever!
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Posted by Austin on 23rd Mar 2012
As a youngster I despised books. Recently I read a book by the same author called "Adapt or Perish" after reading that article of emotions I was referred to the name of this book by a friend and I downloaded it to my kindle last night and I read it from cover to cover.
From tears of joy to tears of emotion I have never been so moved by someone's words. This is the true story of an American dream. As I was reading this book I have not been move by someone's words since I heard Martin Luther King give his "I have a dream" speech.
Posted by Marisa on 23rd Mar 2012
My father is the author of this book, but I want potential readers to know the sincerity of my review. This book is extremely inspiring to me. As someone who was a recent grad at the time when the economy was at it's worst I feel like EVERY graduate needs to read this book. It inspires hope and there is a lot to learn from it. This will be a book that I refer back to from time to time to refresh inspiration and as a reminder that you can do anything you put your mind to. Great book!