All I Want to Know concerns the fictitious Seeker and his visit to the “Library of Wisdom” where he meets another fictitious character, the Librarian, along with Buffett and Munger. The Seeker learns how to make better decisions to help his children avoid doing the dumb things he has done. For instance, he learns from
Buffett and Munger the best way to prevent trouble is to avoid it altogether by learning what works and what does not. This is not a book for those who like complexities or advanced math. Rather it’s for those who love efficiency, simplicity and common sense or judgment – hallmarks of Buffett & Munger.