By Paul Delaney
Staff Reporter 

Hartman hits home run with 'they learned it in Little League' essay

Crunch Time


The now threadbare and well-used book title tells us that according to minister and author Robert Fulghum, “All I Really Need To Know I Learned in Kindergarten.”

That is actually the first title of a group of works Fulghum penned in 1986 that dealt with a wide range of the “stuff” that happens in life. You know, childhood, holidays, death and etc.

He found lessons normally learned by young children in their first true classroom experience and wrote about how the world could be better if adults remembered and practiced same basics such as sharing, being kind to one another, cleaning...

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