May Day, May We
by Claire Taft Sherman
May Day, May We is a semi-humorous look at the potential for solving some of the problems we face in America. With a light, conversational approach, Ms. Sherman addresses issues ranging from proposed changes to the calendar and the abolishment of Daylight Savings Time to nutrition and mental health. Her wit and reasoning are applied to both the personal and political, past and future. May Day, May We will entertain the reader and also encourages each of us to utilize creativity and logic to reconsider our approaches to ongoing problems.
About the Author: Claire Taft Sherman is a native and lifelong resident of Michigan. With a bachelors degree in math, she has worked in various fields, including computer programming.
(2014, Paperback, 90 pages)