Abbotsford author Jerry Hirsch has published a book titled The Thinker’s Book.
The publication presents 101 vignettes and sketches describing events and topics in the news or on the internet, as well as everyday situations based on Hirsch’s own experiences.
Many vignettes are factual, some are humorous and others illustrate his own biases, but all come from a practical Christian perspective.
Topics in The Thinker’s Book include: Saddle Bronc Riding Should be an Olympic Sport, I don’t Want to be a Nurse When I Get Big, and Advent Calendars.
Hirsch has a bachelor of science in pharmacy and master of science and a PhD in pharmacology.
He worked as a food/drug laboratory manager for Health Canada and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency in Vancouver.
Hirsch spends his time in family and church activities, surfing the internet and newspapers, and writing. He is also an avid cyclist.
The Thinker’s Book is his second book. It is available at the House of James in Abbotsford, online from Amazon or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.