An Awesome Book of Thanks!

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AmazonEncore, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 88 pages
19 Reviews
The target audience for this book is people who are looking to read something special and be inspired to be better humans. While geared toward young children (0-10) and the parents of young children it is also a book for the masses and spans age groups, gender, geographical, racial, and religious boundaries. I would say 0-1000. The book conveys, in pictures and simple yet beautiful language, all the ways one can be thankful, and all the different things in life to be thankful for. A perfect holiday gift.

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Whimsical, fun illustrations. - Goodreads
The illustrations are whimsical and fun. - Goodreads
Cute illustrations to boot. - Goodreads
Illustrations are divine and the messages are divine. - Goodreads
Nice wording and illustrations. - Goodreads
Fun illustrations... - Goodreads

Review: An Awesome Book of Thanks (Awesome Book)

User Review  - Carole Roman - Goodreads

An Awesome Book Of Thanks! By Dallas Clayton should be in every body's personal library. It's simply that important! Dallas writes a simple book that starts in the beginning of time and acknowledges ... Read full review

Review: An Awesome Book of Thanks (Awesome Book)

User Review  - Matthew Trevino - Goodreads

An attitude of appreciation is so important for us to cultivate because of how it affects our outlook and behavior. Sometimes, a whimsical book can remind of us of how important this is, and I thank Clayton's book for doing just that. Read full review

About the author (2010)

HELLO MY NAME IS DALLAS CLAYTON. This is all you need to know to understand what goes on here: I try to make things that are beautiful.Sometimes these things are written down.Sometimes they are drawn.Sometimes they are wrapped and plastic and sold in important stores for more money than they cost to manufacture.I love making most things.I am most interested in making people happy.I have a son who is six years old.I enjoy making him happy most of all.I would like to do this more and more every day forever.This is why I write for children.When I am not writing for children I am writing for adults and the companies adults run, drawing pictures for those adults, and reading things out loud to crowds of strangers.I love strangers.

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