From the beloved educator and host of PBS' Mister Rogers' Neighborhood--the subject of the documentary, Won't You Be My Neighbor?, a runaway success, and the forthcoming Sony feature film starring Tom Hanks, You Are My Friend--a treasured collection of reflections on the joys and challenges of family life.
Fred Rogers spent his life learning about children and families. His honest wisdom continues to offer special reassurance and support to parents whose children are grown, to those raising young ones, and to children of all ages.
This inspiring collection of thoughts, observations, and anecdotes is drawn from Fred Rogers' lifework of communicating to children and about children. "Although children's 'outsides' may have changed a lot over the years, their inner needs have remained very much the same. No matter what lies ahead, children always need to know that they are loved and capable of loving."