The Book of Happy Things!

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Hearst Books, 2008 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 288 pages
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Every word in this joyful CosmoGIRL! collection will help chase away the blues and bring a smile to a girl’s face. That’s because it contains scores of the happiest thoughts imaginable about the people she loves, the activities she enjoys, even the foods she likes most. Just think about these: Your boyfriend’s baby pictures. Running into the cool ocean on a hot day--the second you hit the beach. Walking out of an exam knowing you aced it. Finding money in the pockets of a pair of jeans or coat you haven’t worn in a while. Baking--and eating!--chocolate chip cookies from scratch. What delicious and wonderful things!
Bright, distinctive illustrations and photos throughout add to the cheerfulness, and "Lighten Up!” pages allow girls to create their own lists and record blissful memories.
 

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A tiny but much filled book, Flynn and the other people that had helped writing it, did a wonderful job on creating this delightful book. Maybe more for tweens and teenagers, each page has examples of what makes people happy. Just for one example, "Giving candy to cute little kids on Halloween." The result: A smile and maybe a laugh. Doesn't that prove enough to you that this book clearly lives up to it's title? 

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