Friday, 1 April 2016
Five Star Review for Memoirs of Dr Andrew Moonir Khan - A Great Educator in Trinidad and Tobago.
Genuinely Interesting and useful
By p.rajkumar on March 31, 2016
There is a need for books like this one- books which document the struggle of the first generations of immigrants and their children to carve a place in their society , and then provide the foundation for the next generation to achieve even greater success. In broad terms this is general knowledge. What is valuable in this book is the step by step description detailing the road map by which one successful educator did so. What is also appreciated is the incidental description of day to day life in pre independence Trinidad. Congratulations - post humous though they have to be- to Dr. Khan for the foresight in documenting his memoirs for the benefit of those who -generations later - are curious about the journey. Congratulations also to the biographer -his daughter -Brenda - for identifying the need for these memoirs to be published - and to receive a wider audience than just his family, as well as undertaking the task of bringing the book into being. I would recommend this book for its insights into the secret of success and its transmission to later generations.
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