This is the hilarious story of a poor boy from the Midwest who became one of America’s topflight TV stars. But he was bothered with a boyhood dream and eventually left the big time. He made his home in three continents and became a much-loved world traveler.
Through all the laughter – and it’s uproarious at times – there is an underlying serious note, and the fact that his dream came true and brought him long-sought spiritual assurance is a considerable satisfaction to the reader.
This is one of the best-selling Baha’i books of all time. It is also one of the most gentle – and humorous – ways to introduce people to the name Baha’i. You can feel comfortable giving it to just about anyone – young or old – and rest assured that they will thank you for it when they are done!