Joanna Poncavage at Booktrib reports on the 'retirement' of Bernie Nenner, who at 105 years and 8 months, stepped down as volunteer librarian at this Florida retirement community.
A lifelong reader, he taught himself more than enough to compensate for
his lack of formal education, and he retired a millionaire decades ago.
“For a poor Jewish kid from the Lower East Side of New York,” he says,
“I think I did pretty well for myself, thanks to books.
Read the rest of his amazing story HERE.
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