Review of Often Overlooked, Cary Polkovitz
By Akisha Clark
3 1/2 stars
Take some time to meet Cary Polkovitz and read “Often Overlooked”. I found this book to be a refreshing break from the way-too-serious and over-the-top drama. This book was filled to the brim with delightful little stories, painting pictures of what could be. It was nice to step back into the world of simple and unique. There is no other book like this, I’m sure. I have visions of this book sitting on your coffee table, provoking fun conversations with guest for time and time to come. Not to mention this book is full of vivid pictures that not only sweeps you into the beauty of the forgotten object but allows your mind to wander and create your own tales. My personal favorite was the story of the Merry-Go-Round. While on the merry-go-round as a child I remember feeling free and timeless. This excerpt captures the essence of those priceless moments. Be sure to pick up this book so that you too can experience the beauty of what is “often overlooked” too.