Terry Liskevych reviews "Norwich: One Tiny Vermont Town's Secret to Happiness and Excellence" by Karen Crouse. Crouse, a New York Times reporter, moved to Vermont to immerse herself in the lives of Norwich Olympians past and present. In "Norwich", Crouse talks about her experience in the charming Vermont town of roughly three thousand residents. Why? Because Norwich has sent an athlete to almost every Winter Olympics for the past thirty years—and three times that athlete has returned with a medal. There, amidst the organic farms and clapboard colonial buildings, she discovered a culture that’s the opposite of the hypercompetitive schoolyard of today’s tiger moms and eagle dads.