NEW YORK (AP) — Not many ex-presidents have lived to age 90, and Jimmy Carter wants to share the experience.
Simon & Schuster announced Friday that Carter's "A Full Life: Reflections at Ninety" will be published July 7.
The book will include his thoughts on his domestic and international travels over the past three decades, on the presidents who succeeded him and on world leaders he has known.
Carter, a Nobel peace laureate who turned 90 last year, left office in 1981 and has had the longest post-presidential life in American history. He also is prolific post-presidential author, with more than 20 books, including memoirs, poetry and policy books.