Regarding the Fountain by Kate Klise
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Delightful. Truly delightful.
And being mired in an organization where I am charged with being creative while balancing that creativity on a general ledger and booking a profit, I found particular joy in the exchanges between Florence Waters and Walter Russ, the principal of the school.
Principal Russ requests, "Product: drinking fountain. Style: plain. Price: modest."
Florence Waters answers, "You sound just like the author of that little book of directions that came with my blender."
I left this book wanting to find more strength to be a Florence Waters in a world run by Walter Russes.
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