Duck Dynasty is the name of yet another reality TV show, this one on the A&E network. It follows the family at the heart of the Duck Commander business that produces duck calls for hunting. What makes the TV show popular is not the day to day business of manufacturing duck calls, but the day to day lives of the family, and at the head is Phil Robertson. Known for rock solid beliefs in faith and family, his most well-known catch phrase is “happy, happy, happy.” Now he has penned a memoir of his life up to this point, the title of which is his famous catch phrase. Happy, Happy, Happy: my life and legacy as the Duck Commander is organized into fourteen rules for living. These rules don’t follow Phil’s life in chronological order, but anecdotes in each chapter paint a fairly complete picture by the end of the book. And, if you want to know what Phil thinks of any given subject, just turn to that chapter! There is not much of a sugar coating when it comes to saying what he believes in. This title is in large print, and after spending some time on the new book shelves it will be shelved with the rest of the large print nonfiction collection.
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Happy, Happy, Happy: my life and legacy as the Duck Commander by Phil Robertson and Mark Schlabach.
ISBN: 9781611739251, 262 pages.
Adult Large Print Biographies