The Crazy Life of a Kid From Brooklyn from Bill Morgenstein encapsulates days of the past and current, describing what it was like to grow up in Brooklyn, New York, to have dreams fulfilled and to have dreams die. Find out what it was really like “back then” during the Depression and war years from one who lived and overcame through all the ups and downs of life. A highly entertaining, well-written read that says: “No matter what, don’t give up!”
Author Bill Morgenstein writes his life memoir in The Crazy Life of a Kid From Brooklyn ~ a fantastically written autobiography looking back at his life as a “good Jewish boy”, to his career, his family, his upbringing, his education and all the crazy, memorable and tragic experiences that made him into the man he is today. Funny, even hilarious at times, readers will enjoy this man’s journey from childhood into adulthood. His dream was to play for the New York Yankees ~ a dream that was caught up by the cares of the world. Upon graduating from the University of Alabama with a Bachelor’s Degree, the author entered the military and did 18 months in a non-combat zone in Korea. His exploits, travels and business savvy are highlighted throughout and upon his return became the successful President of an import/export footwear company before the age of thirty, another dream that did come to pass.