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The #1 New York Times bestseller—now in a fresh new format, offering a new generation simple yet powerful wisdom.

The Life’s Little Instruction Book series has sold more than ten million copies, spent more than two years atop the New York Times bestseller list, and has been translated into 33 languages. Originally written from a father to a son, the book offers insights, simple suggestions, heartfelt humor, and reminders for readers of all ages. This edition offers a new trim size and on-trend design for a new generation.

Topics: Witty, Mindfulness, Hope, Prescriptive, and Guides

Published: Thomas Nelson on
ISBN: 9781418573652
List price: $16.99
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if you think of every term in this manual independently your life is going to change slightly but in the right directionmore
Cute little book. Nice quotes and pick-me-ups. I found it more meaningful to read a page each day and reflect on what I read through out the day, rather than to finish it in one sitting. Nice little lessons on how to make the most of everyday and how to not sweat the small stuff. It was given to me from a friend. I passed the book along on BookMooch. A cute read.more
The Secret Knowledge Water beautifully encapsulates the book cover's warning: "There are two easy ways to die in the desert-thirst and drowning." The twelve essays cover everything from ancient maps of desert water holes and endangered desert fishes to shrines honoring the power of water and tales of harrowing escapes from raging floodwaters. Any of the essays is a worthwhile read on its own, but together they paint a complex picture of how geology, geography, ecology and humans shape the ever-changing desert. Craig Childs never writes from an armchair or the outside looking in. He fully immerses himself in the desert, walking dozens of miles alone in unmapped territory, exploring canyons cognizant of but unworried by the danger of flash flooding, and taking more notes per mile than any other author I've read. He translates his notes into lyrical prose that truly honors the ecosystem he so clearly loves and transports readers into wild places they might never discover on their own.more
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if you think of every term in this manual independently your life is going to change slightly but in the right directionmore
Cute little book. Nice quotes and pick-me-ups. I found it more meaningful to read a page each day and reflect on what I read through out the day, rather than to finish it in one sitting. Nice little lessons on how to make the most of everyday and how to not sweat the small stuff. It was given to me from a friend. I passed the book along on BookMooch. A cute read.more
The Secret Knowledge Water beautifully encapsulates the book cover's warning: "There are two easy ways to die in the desert-thirst and drowning." The twelve essays cover everything from ancient maps of desert water holes and endangered desert fishes to shrines honoring the power of water and tales of harrowing escapes from raging floodwaters. Any of the essays is a worthwhile read on its own, but together they paint a complex picture of how geology, geography, ecology and humans shape the ever-changing desert. Craig Childs never writes from an armchair or the outside looking in. He fully immerses himself in the desert, walking dozens of miles alone in unmapped territory, exploring canyons cognizant of but unworried by the danger of flash flooding, and taking more notes per mile than any other author I've read. He translates his notes into lyrical prose that truly honors the ecosystem he so clearly loves and transports readers into wild places they might never discover on their own.more
A nice read to make changes in your life, to make it better. Easy read.more
Interesting snippets of life instructions. Some I agree with, some I don't, but many of them made me think about how to live life. Just what I needed to raise my spirits today.more
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