The Black and White Book: Two Sides to Every Story

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Simon and Schuster, May 12, 2002 - Philosophy - 144 pages
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THIS BOOK IS FILLED WITH NEGATIVITY. IT MIGHT MAKE YOU ANGRY. SOME STORIES MAY STOP YOU IN YOUR TRACKS. THIS BOOK IS RUDE. THIS BOOK IS NOT FUNNY. IT MAY HIT TOO CLOSE TO HOME. HOW COULD YOU THINK OF OWNING THIS BOOK? THIS BOOK SEES THE GOOD. IT WILL PROBABLY MAKE YOU HAPPY. SOME STORIES WILL GIVE YOU STRENGTH. THIS BOOK RESPECTS YOU. THIS BOOK WILL CRACK YOU UP. IT MAY BE WHAT YOU9VE BEEN WAITING TO READ. HOW COULD YOU THINK OF NOT OWNING THIS BOOK?
 

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User Review  - MerryMary - LibraryThing

A fun little inspirational book - in that facing pages look at scenes and experiences from differing viewpoints. First a negative and then a positive take on whatever the situation might be. The ... Read full review

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Rob Moore is an Assistant Art Director at Fortune Fashions Inc. in Los Angeles.

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