Dear Dr. Meeker:
I have just finished reading Strong fathers, strong daughters and I feel I must thank you for such an outstanding book. The problems that the American society is facing regarding parenting in very difficult times are entirely translatable to our country and, as the worried and proud father of a four-and-a-half year girl (a little angel, I must say), I was desperately looking for guidance. You have taught me that raising healthy kids in a filthy society is entirely possible. Thank God I found out about your book (by the way, I bought the American paperback edition, as I did not like the Spanish translation of the title. They have translated it, literally, as Strong fathers, happy daughters. It is not that bad, but I think it fails to convey your message as clearly as the original does).
It is absolutely wonderful having someone around to give us hope and faith in these times of political correctness (which I would rather call outright hipocrisy) and unbridled idiocy. Once again, thank you very much indeed. May you succeed in conveying all your messages to us parents and to the world at large.
Very truly yours,