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Chicken Soup for the Soul: Count Your Blessings: 101 Stories of Gratitude, Fortitude, and Silver Linings Paperback – November 3, 2009
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Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen are co-founders of Chicken Soup for the Soul.
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Top Customer Reviews
I think there are so many wonderful stories in this book, that I can't really comment on them all, except to say that they are all worth 10 times the price of the book itself. Wonderful lessons for all who are lucky enough to read about them.
Dr Gunta Krumins-Caldwell author of On Silver Wings
I think I read their books in reverse order. They took some of their best chicken soup stories and used them later in other books, which I read before checking out chicken soup book(s).
For those interested in self-help books, I recommend some of their other works: Mastering the Law of Attraction/The Success Principles/The One Minute Millionaire/The Aladdin Factor/The Power of Focus
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I gave this to my nephew for Confirmation. I think he enjoyed reading it and having something to remind him of his good fortune.Published 3 months ago by JK
Think about your strength and not you weaknesses. Find Google thing that happen to you. Quit thinking about the bad things that happen to you. Find the silver lining in life.Published 10 months ago by sony
this is a really fun game and I bought this for all my children too!Published 10 months ago by Sally A. Bridge
I found this book to have a lot of repetitive stories. Thirty-Three Days of Praise: Seeing the Good in Cancer by Karrie Marchbanks was just as powerful if not better.Published 11 months ago by SCNative