The Adventures of Homer Fink
Homer Fink could speak Latin and Greek or chart the orbit of the planet Jupiter, but when it came to tying his shoelaces or knotting his tie Homer was helpless.
The Adventures of Homer Fink is a story of youth's first awareness of power and philosophy and love. It is peopled with characters as real as your next door neighbors and yet uniquely extraordinary. Above all this is a tale full of humor and affection and the wonder of growing up.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - EmScape - LibraryThing
This is a cute little story about what happens when an absentminded genius is chosen by his classmates to run for school president. Interesting references are made to Greek gods and philosophers, and ... Read full review
Review: The Adventures of Homer FinkUser Review - Paul - Goodreads
A childhood favorite I stumbled across again recently. I am not a huge fan of children's books, I am learning from my forced-reading of some kid-lit classics, but this was enjoyable enough. Read full review