Leonard at the Library

In remembrance of Leonard on his birthday this year, I donated a copy of Fascinating: The Life of Leonard Nimoy by Richard Michelson to my local elementary school library!  I happened to donate it on Leonard’s actual birth date; March 26th, which made it extra special.  The librarians were very pleased with this beautiful book with its loving illustrations by Edel Rodriguez.  It tells about young Leonard grew up in Boston, discovering his ambitions to be an actor and photographer, and how his faith influenced a very important part of Vulcan heritage.

I signed the book to the students and urged them to follow their dreams as Leonard did, and of course to Live Long, and Prosper!  I hope the kids will enjoy it, and that Leonard’s legacy will live on with them ❤   You can buy a copy here.

The librarian was delighted!

My inscription to the kids.

I hope the kids will be inspired by Leonard’s story. (me with the book)

 

 

3 responses to “Leonard at the Library

  1. Kid Charlemagne

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  2. Why Thank you! 🙂

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  3. Kid Charlemagne

    Off topic: 😮

    Autonomous robot weapons may soon take the field.

    https://www.hrw.org/news/2018/09/11/were-running-out-time-stop-killer-robot-weapons

    Any Trekker knows this is a VERY BAD IDEA.

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