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Ice cream sandwiches, red leotards, a baseball game going into extra innings, a cat running 30 mph, wet babies, tobogganing, Bugs Bunny, Hawaiian shirts, the beach in the fall, and your own rainbow.
A quirky, compulsive, irresistible list of all the little things that make us happy. Items, places, moods, thoughts, celebrations & our daily bread. 125 illustrations.
Barbara Ann Kipfer is the author of numerous Workman books including, most recently, The Order of Things. She is a lexicographer and writer whose many works include Roget’s International Thesaurus, other reference books, spiritually themed books, and list books. She lives in New England.
I bought this book a few years ago on a whim. I really have enjoyed going through it numerous times. Read morePublished on May 11 2004 by Ms. Lisa M. Watson
It's a book about nothing and everything. It's a long list of places, moods, memories, and other miscellania.Published on May 10 2004 by Sarah Sammis
I love this book. This is something that I think everyone should own and read as often as possible. It is inspirational and fun to read. It will always put a smile on your face. Read morePublished on June 30 2003
Our daughter Samantha gave us this book as a Christmas gift. She included two different colored highlighter pens for us to note our special "sparklies". Read morePublished on Jan. 25 2003 by Ana Log
An indiscriminate list - no other word adequately describes the mind-numbing sensation of reading several thousand objects - not so much of objects that make one happy but... Read morePublished on Jan. 22 2003
I bought this book and never looked at it, until one day at work I was reminded of it. I brought it to work and read a page a day to a coworker with whom I shared an office. Read morePublished on Nov. 10 2001 by "jabelvin"
I am a high school counselor and picked up this book at a workshop. It is not keenly witty or deep, but I have found that if I keep a copy on my desk, the kids pick it up and... Read morePublished on July 7 2001 by Jennifer Jo Doyel