Feeling Grateful: How to Add More Goodness to Your Gladness (Hardcover)

Feeling Grateful: How to Add More Goodness to Your Gladness By Kobi Yamada, Charles Santoso (Illustrator) Cover Image
By Kobi Yamada, Charles Santoso (Illustrator)
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From the New York Times best-selling author-illustrator team behind the gift book Finding Muchness comes an all-ages tale about discovering the joy gratitude brings.


This day will never happen again. Everything is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Give thanks in this moment. And this moment. And this moment. And all your moments going forward.


Follow a wonder-struck bear cub on a day of adventure, which includes dancing in the rain, gazing at gophers, and attempting handstands on the forest floor. Every page of this heartwarming gratitude book is an invitation to slow down, look around, and fully appreciate each tiny, miraculous moment. With magical simplicity, it's filled with timeless life lessons to hold close during any season.


- WORDS OF WISDOM: Open any page to find bite-sized bits of inspiration on how gratitude makes our moments more meaningful.

- BREATHTAKING IMAGERY: Captivating pen and pencil illustrations of a bighearted bear cub and its adorable animal friends are sure to evoke childlike wonder in readers of any age.

- AN EMPOWERING GIFT: Offer these beautiful sentiments to celebrate a friend's birthday, encourage a new graduate, or share everyday inspiration with someone who makes the world better.



Product Details
ISBN: 9781970147735
ISBN-10: 1970147733
Publisher: Compendium Publishing & Communications
Publication Date: June 28th, 2022
Pages: 48
Language: English

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