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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Never Stop: Teaching and Leading Help Heal Our Nation by Herbert I. Burns Jr. is an insightful book that makes readers aware of the unhealthy times America as a nation is going through. It is in dire need of healing using the help of leading and teaching. The author's tools are all about involving families, children, work, and faith, and how all this plays a key role in laying the foundations of the republic. The author uses his experience as an educator and looks at the educational structure in America today, and how it is eroding gradually, more and more. The four things the author asks readers to notice and think about are the American flag, an image of the nation's capital, a silhouette image representing leadership, and to look for a cross in the clouds.
Never Stop speaks of the heritage of the nation and how important it is to teach students about it. Herbert I. Burns Jr. gives readers good tips and techniques on what to do to build a strong foundation for their children; to have courage, strength, knowledge, and faith to be productive Americans who will be able to preserve what the founding of the nation was about. The author also speaks about the role of the different types of families in raising children, and how they should be taught discipline and routine at a very young age. The subject has been dealt with extensively so that the full remedy and diagnosis is there for readers to understand.