A lot of books on creativity are very structured and "how to" which don't work very well for someone like me who is rather lazy about creating and not good at following instructions. (That's why I'm creative.) Also, most creative books all sound the same with words like "Juicy," "Glitter," and "Muse" thrown around. Those words also don't work for someone like me who prefers real, simple ways of creating instead of putting on a persona.
This book is unique in both size, style and content; there's pull out cards, activities, stickers, postcards, and ideas spiral bound together in a hard-cover book. It's perfect for someone like me, who is generally afraid of these kinds of books but wants a little something creative and inspiring to hold on to.
If you enjoy Keri Smiths work from her web site, you'll enjoy this book. Her stories are real and personal and also inspirational and motivational without trying to be. It's also just plain fun.
Great for adults who want a little creative kick but don't want to do a program or change personalities.