In this entertaining and inspirational memoir, Hollywood legend Dick Van Dyke shares his secret to staying resilient in old age.Beloved Hollywood icon Dick Van Dyke will celebrate his ninetieth birthday in December 2015. He's an established legend, having starred in Mary Poppins, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, and The Dick Van Dyke Show. And yet he's still keeping himself busy, entertaining America on television, in movies, on the stage, and on social media. Everyone wonders, "How does he do it?" For the first time, Van Dyke shares his secrets and tips on old age-just keep moving.With a fun and folksy way of addressing its audience, Keep Moving serves as an instruction book on how to embrace old age with a positive attitude. The chapters are filled with exclusive personal anecdotes that explore various themes on aging: how to adapt to the physical and social changes, deal with loss of friends and loved ones, stay current, fall in love again, and "keep moving" every day like there's no tomorrow.
Click the Download button to download a copy of the MARC file.
Enter your FTP details below to send the MARC export file via FTP.
by Dick Van Dyke
by Dick Cheney, Liz Cheney
by Norman Van Aken
by Van Jones, Ariane Conrad
by Dick King-Smith
by Dick Cheney, Jonathan Reiner
by Dick Francis
"Award-winning actor Dick Van Dyke offers optimism and enthusiasm for enjoying a full and happy life, no matter what your age. The emphasis is on how to thrive during what some call the sunset years. Van Dyke provides a well-paced, warm narration. He exhibits that special skill, so rare today, of successfully projecting his personality from the studio microphone to one's ears. What skill! The work is abundant with reminiscences--many involving his younger brother, Jerry; Carl Reiner; and the love of his later life, wife Arlene, who also served as an editor. This is immensely entertaining fare from an entertainer who will reach the age of 90 this winter, with a planned celebration for himself and fans at Disneyland. W.A.G. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award © AudioFile 2015, Portland, Maine"
Sign up for our email newsletter