"An interesting story. This is a unique twist on a historical event, theorizing what would have or may have happened to Custer had he survived that last battle. The theme of the book is debating whether Custer was really a hero, or a glory-seeker / fame-seeker that unnecessarily led troops into dangerous situations."
"EVERYONE should read this book. It'll entirely change the way you view nutrition / healthy foods. The main key, as presented in this book, is that live foods, foods in their natural state, promote health. Any processing you do, from cooking to adding chemicals, only reduces the nutritional value of anything you might eat.
Discusses the value of unprocessed, natural foods in curing multiple diseases, promoting positive moods, etc."
"This book is not what I thought it would be based on the title. It could be viewed as a cute little children's book about poop / pooping but there is nothing that I would call science in it. The book is basically just pictures of different animals and saying each one of them poops.... might be a fun book for a 5-ish year old who's in that "everything-bodily-is-funny" stage."