The Blue Day Book: A Lesson in Cheering Yourself Up

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, Mar 30, 2010 - Family & Relationships - 104 pages
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A commemorative tenth anniversary edition of the best-selling gift book that has sold over 10 million copies (2.5 million in the U.S.) in 115 countries worldwide. With its humorous, compassionate message and charming animal photographs, the book’s text illuminates what a blue day feels like, what causes it, and how to get over it.

Ten years after its first printing, Bradley Trevor Greive's global best-seller The Blue Day Book has become a modern classic and is still bringing smiles to readers around the world. And because we all still have bad days now and then, the time is right for a commemorative tenth-anniversary edition of this uniquely funny, compassionate book that inspired an entire genre of uplifting gift books.

This special edition features stunning new endpapers illustrated by the author, hand-colored enhancements to the delightful black-and-white photography, and a new foreword to the text. Still included, of course, are the original, warm, supportive messages, humorous insights, and hilarious animal images guaranteed to raise the spirits of anyone feeling down and blue.

  

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Awesome photographs to go along with applicable quotes. - Goodreads
The pictures are great. - Overstock.com
The pictures crack me up! - Goodreads

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User Review  - LaDene Mayville - Goodreads

Awesome photographs to go along with applicable quotes. It's a fun, easy and quick read that really is great for cheering yourself up when feeling rather blue. Read full review

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User Review  - RT Libunao - Goodreads

A piece that will surely make those frowns upside down. :) Read full review

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Since the debut of his international bestseller The Blue Day Book, Bradley Trevor Greive has become a household name in more than 115 countries. A former Australian paratrooper, BTG left the army to pursue more creative misadventures. He has been bitten by wild monkeys and rabid bats and was accepted into Russia's cosmonaut training program-though those incidents were, by and large, unrelated. BTG spends most of his time in a tiny Tasmanian hamlet.

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