The Little Book of Wisdom

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Health Communications, Incorporated, Oct 1, 1996 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 250 pages
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This unique gem of a book is the literary equivalent of a good friend. You can return to its enlightening quotations again and again for advice, support and comfort. The insight they contain will help you find meaning and purpose in life, while encouraging you to live each day as a celebration.

Like a trusted friend, the quality that sets this book apart is an intangible: the heartwarming power of Richard Torregrossa's artwork. More than 250 black-and-white illustrations portray timeless wisdom in a contemporary setting. These serendipitous portraits capture, then further illuminate truths present in the text. Some are whimsical; some are downright hilarious. All will increase your understanding and enjoyment of life.

If you need a lift, want a better understanding of yourself, or just like to start each day with a smile, you'll enjoy spending time with this little treasure.

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About the author (1996)

Richard Torregrossa is a journalist and artist who has freelanced for Cosmopolitan, Self, Yoga Journal, Microsoft's on-line magazine Sidewalk and other national and regional publications. Born in Brooklyn, New York, he now lives in San Diego, California, where he is currently working on a series of illustrated children's books that have tie-ins to their own Web sites.

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