The Good Neighbor: The Life and Work of Fred Rogers Quotes

Maxwell King
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[Fred Rogers] was the genius behind the most powerful, beneficial programming ever created for very young children; he was a technological innovator and entrepreneur decades before such work was popularly recognized; he was a relentless crusader for higher standards in broadcasting; he was an artist whose deep creative impulse was expressed in the music of his show; and he was a Presbyterian minister, bearing witness to the values he saw as essential in a world that often seemed to lack any ethical compass.”
-- Narration (Prologue)

Importance: In this quote, narration sums up the reasons why a biography of Fred Rogers, the creator and host of “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood,” is both important and necessary. It identifies the qualities that made Fred (as he is referred to in the narrative) successful and noteworthy.  

Nancy Rogers devoted her life to her two children and to community service … though Nancy may have hoped for a career as...
-- Narration (Part 1, Chapter 2)

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