<p>Master storyteller and satirist Kurt Vonnegut was one of the most in-demand commencement speakers of his time. For each occasion, Vonneguts words were unfailingly unique, insightful, and witty, and they stayed with audience members long after graduation.</p><p>As edited by Dan Wakefield, this book reads like a narrative in the unique voice that made Vonnegut a hero to readers of all ages. At times hilarious, razor-sharp, freewheeling, and deeply serious, these reflections are ideal for anyone undergoing what Vonnegut would call their long-delayed puberty ceremony-marking the passage from student to full-time adult.</p><p>This book makes the perfect gift for high school or college graduates-or for parents and grandparents who remember Vonnegut fondly and want to connect with him in a new context.</p>
If This Isn't Nice, What Is?
Advice for the Young