On turning sixty-five

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I thought that I would have a lot of time to sit back and reflect on my life, write some pithy lines, but I have become incredibly busy teaching at colleges and universities, and now acting as advisor to Prof. Yuli Tamir, the president of Shenkar college. And of course, lecturing about Ourboox (primarily to teachers) and doing some writing of my own. So here’s the irony: I’m still up and around, running as hard as I ever did, and don’t have time to sit down on the milestone and contemplate. And maybe that’s the best gift of all. So happy birthday to me. May I continue to be too busy to reflect on becoming a chronological senior! And may I always always remain a child at heart.
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Mel Rosenberg

About Mel Rosenberg

Mel Rosenberg couldn't make a living writing and giving away children’s books so to make ends meet he took on odd jobs as a professor of microbiology, inventor, jazz musician, singer and French toast cook. More recently he has teamed with Ran Shternin (and a whole bunch of wonderful volunteers) to create ourboox.com, an international community of writers and illustrators who make amazing books together using a unique platform.