Random Acts Of Kindness: 365 Ways to Make the World a Nicer Place

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Ebury Publishing, Feb 29, 2012 - Humor - 192 pages
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In his bestselling book Join Me, Danny Wallace instructs his legions of followers to perform a 'Random Act of Kindness' every Friday. As a result, his thousands of followers (dubbed the Karma Army), without warning, made people happier the length and breadth of the country. Now in Random Acts of Kindness Danny and the gang bring you a hilarious, inspirational book to encourage you to perform Random Acts of your own.

'Now, at last, the secret to a happier world! You have the power to make it a nicer place! All over the planet, thousands of people just like you are performing Random Acts of Kindness for complete strangers- Buy an old lady a hat! Give a policeman a helium balloon! Pat a dog! Hand a stranger your umbrella! Applaud a lady who's clearly made an effort! This book contains 365 real Random Acts of Kindness real people have done for real strangers- so read it, learn it, and start making your world the nicer place, today!'

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User Review  - glade1 - LibraryThing

I agree that some of the items in the book are "no-brainers," and a few sounded to me like less than true kindness (give someone your old, ratty item you don't want anymore...). But some were fun ... Read full review

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User Review  - Dissidence - LibraryThing

I only gave this a 3 as some of the Random Acts are a bit iffy to me, but it is a brilliant book filled with ideas of how to make people smile, how to brighten someone's day and generally making the ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Award-winning journalist and producer Danny writes for many publications, including The Independent and The Guardian. Part of the original team behind the British Comedy Award-winning Dead Ringers, also produced the acclaimed cult hit The Boosh, for Radio 4. BBC America recently and bizarrely dubbed him 'one of Britain's most respected journalists', but they were clearly mistaken. He's 26, and lives in an old match factory in Bow

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