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Let's Be Thankful Board book – March 1, 2005
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P.K. was born in Los Angeles in 1944 and spent his youth primarily in Bethesda, Maryland and in the San Fernando Valley. Although P.K. never studied art, his disappointment with the work of the artist assigned to illustrate his first book motivated him to learn to draw. He has been illustrating his own books ever since.
"If I did any one thing right," says P.K., "I decided very early on to write books that help children and parents alike have better and happier lives. That decision has kept many of my books in-print for more than 25 years, because the values I teach are timeless."
His newest book, "A LIFE THAT MATTERS: Five Steps to Making a Difference", is his first book for adults. In it he describes five simple ways to add significance to virtually any career.
P.K. is also an ordained minister. He lives with his wife, Jeanne, and his boxer, Betty, in the mountains above Ashland and also at the beach, in Brookings, Oregon.
Top Customer Reviews
Although this book was published in 2004, there appear to be only two persons of color - a soldier and a little boy smiling at the book's family - depicted on the pages of the book. While I would understand this if the book had been written in an earlier time, I question why it was not more inclusive and why the publisher did not catch the omission. Further, while the vein of the text is expresses thanksgiving, the book does not thank God for creating the wonders expounded upon. Although God's presence could be inferred from the text, I feel it would have been better to address it directly. Since I believe Guidepost Company publishes books and magazines based on faith and inspirational stories, I was somewhat surprised that a direct reference to God was left out of the mix. And yes, this book would be an excellent one for Sunday School as the teacher could bring the aspect of God into the classroom through question and answer sessions. However, it still seems, to me, the concept is one that should have been included within the book.
I bought this book on a whim at one of the off-price stores, only to discover it was included in Amazon's 4 for 3 special and that Amazon's price was better. There are a number of books in this series from Candy Cane Press, a Guideposts Company, and I will be purchasing more - from Amazon - for my grandson. I recommend that others take a look at P. K. Hallinan's books for little ones they love.
that are perfect for small children the stories are simple and easy
to understand. Each one has an uplifting moral to the story.
This one reminds us to be thankful for all we have even the small things
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A wonderful book for every child and a nice reminder for adults too :) My 3 year old loves this book! Makes a wonderful gift!Published 11 months ago by Wife-n-Momma
All of P.K. Hallinan's books have excellent messages that are well-written, adorably illustrated, and easy to understand for toddlers.Published 13 months ago by Momoffour
These series of books are perfect for my daycare. Kids from 1- 5 love to hear them. They all have such great messages and rarely find themselves back upon the shelves.Published 20 months ago by Amazon Customer
This book was given to our son by his grandmother. Wonderful children's book, also puts things into perspective for adults while reading it too. Read morePublished on February 20, 2013 by Tay w
My kids (3 yrs and 1 yr) love this author's books. His wording is simple and short, and the rhymes are catchy and flow well. Read morePublished on January 3, 2013 by ksude