If you're at all like me you'd like to know what's in Kitty Kelly's book about the Bush family but don't want the trouble of reading the whole thing just to get the juicy bits. Thanks to Slate, the juciy bit alone can be found here.
At Andover, George W. Bush writes a morose essay about his sister's death. Searching for a synonym for "tears," he consults a thesaurus and writes, "And the lacerates ran down my cheeks." A teacher labels the paper "disgraceful."