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The title is interesting enough to buy it but I was skeptical, as I read it my doubts dropped and I enjoyed her everyday approach to becoming more thoughtful and creative. Read morePublished 1 month ago by James W. Obermayer
It was a useless book. May be fine for children, in my opinion not suitable for adults. A waste of paper.Published 9 months ago by Nancy Patt
I was quite disappointed in this book. All the reviews I read made me want it. But, then I received it and thought "where's the beef?" "Smile at a stranger at least once a day? Read morePublished 15 months ago by S. Chapman
It has some pretty cool ideas, but honestly it was just kinda... meh. Not bad but not great.
I honestly wouldnt buy it again if i had to.
so cute, made such a good mother's day gift. lI ove the illustrations. I want to get it for myself.Published 19 months ago by Christa Pierce
Bought this with my sisters and sister-in-law. We've had a great time going through the book and sharing out progress and things together. It's fun.Published 20 months ago by C. Palacios
I use this book as a prompt for writing. My son uses it as a way to get ideas for his poetry and his artwork. All in all, a very useful book.Published 22 months ago by L. Stember
Fun, inspiring ideas and activities to unleash your inner creativity! From arts and crafts to hosting a martini night, "The Book of Doing" will keep you engaged and excited about... Read morePublished on November 20, 2012 by Donna Marie
I went through this book page by page and was able to find quite a few activities to use in my classroom. Read morePublished on August 22, 2012 by Tracy E. Galligan